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CJS:240 Corrections and Treatment 2 Jessie Lassabe 7/25/2010
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CJS:240 Corrections and Treatment 3 Community-based treatment is an essential base of rehabilitating criminals. In addition, it will also help prevent institutionalizing juvenile criminals. There are many different community- based treatment programs available for a judge to choose from. However, I am only going to describe three of them. The three that I have chosen are intensive supervision, house arrest, and restitution. I have chosen some of the most extreme of each side of the spectrum. I am using these because I want to show the importance of these programs. The first program that I am going to describe is intensive supervision. The supervision is called intensive because every day you must check in with your probation officer. In addition you must also adhere to normal probation rules and regulations. This is difficult because you do not get the chance to even think about getting into trouble. Next I will discuss and even more extreme form of community based corrections and that is house arrest. House arrest is more extreme because you do not get to leave your home unless it is to
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2010 for the course CJS 240 AAAF0PR0P7 taught by Professor Troymetcalff during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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