Chap4-ProbationIntermediate

Chap4-ProbationIntermediate - Chapter 4 Probation &...

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Chapter 4 Probation & Intermediate Sanctions
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Introduction Community Corrections were developed in the 1960s Criminal sanctions that involve community supervision or offenders, use correctional and program resources available in the community, and require offenders to abide by specified conditions There gained prominence as an adaptation of the rehabilitation model. Lately, as our system has become more retributive with the goals of public safety and punishment increasing, the goals of rehabilitation and reintegration have declined.
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Modern Probation Operations Probation– a suspended prison sentence on the condition that offender follows certain rules and does not commit further crimes Probation is administered at federal, state, and local levels by more than 2,000 separate agencies
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Duel roles of probation officers: Maintain surveillance, enforce conditions of probation Help offenders succeed by determining program or treatment needs Casework style–
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