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Chapter 10: Probation, Parole, and Intermediate SanctionsI.Community Correctionsa.Probation is the most common form of punishment in the United Statesi.In traditional probation, offender agrees to certain terms for a specified amount of time in return for serving the sentence in the communityb.Cost Alternative $$i.Community corrections offer an enticing financial alternative to imprisonment II.Probation and Conditionsa.Standard Conditionsi.Imposed on all probationersii.Include reporting regularly to your officer, notifying the agency of any change of addressb.Punitive Conditionsi.Designed to reflect the seriousness of the offense and increase punishment ii.Include fines, community service, drug testing, curfewc.Treatment Conditionsi.Designed to help the offender with issues that may contribute to criminal activityii.Include counseling for drug and alcohol abuse and mental health issuesIII.Probation Officera.The Probation officer has two basic roles:i.Investigative- 1.Conducting the Presentence Investigation (PSI) ii.Supervise-1.Compliance with conditionsb.Role Conflicti.Guiding the probationer to a successful completion of the probationary termii.Protect the community from the probationerIV.Death Penaltya.

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