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Unformatted text preview: Home incarceration, which requires the offender to remain home at all times except for medical emergencies. o Boot camp/Impact incarceration-A variation of shock incarceration. Instead of spending the “shock” period of incarceration in prison or jail, offenders are sent to a boot camp. The programs emphasize strict discipline, manual labor, and physical training. They are designed to instill self-responsibility and self-respect, thereby lessening the chances that they will return to a life of crime. o Drug Court-Those who chose the drug court program come under supervision of a judge who will oversee a mixture of treatment and sanctions designed to cure their addiction. When successfully completed, the court rewards them by dropping all charges against them....
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- Spring '11
- criminal law, Boot Camp, house arrest, Punishments, supervision probation-Punishment-oriented form