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Unit 9 [ CJ101: Introduction to the Criminal Justice System ] Unit 9 Assignment: The Coatesville Fires Case Directions: Complete the table below after viewing the Coatesville Fires Case . The four functions of probation/parole work include the following: 1. Presentence investigations 2. Intake procedures 3. Needs assessment and diagnosis 4. Supervision of clients Fill in the table below by defining each of these functions of probation/parole. Describe how each of the four functions of probation/parole can be applied to the Coatesville Fire case. Terminology Definition Describe how the function can be applied to the Coatesville Fire Case. Presentence investigations The presentence investigation is a summary of the convicted criminals past in all senses. This is to determine if there are any extenuating circumstances or prior convictions that need to be taken into account before sentencing is to be determined.
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