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3_Probation.Parole - ProbationandParole Chapter 17...

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Chapter 17 Community-Based Corrections Probation and Parole
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outline Diversion Probation Parole Juvenile Justice
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Diversion Diversion—removing the offender before adjudication and diverting him or her to some noncriminal process Examples—informal and formal
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Probation John Augustus—Boston, 1841 Definition: Conditional release into the community Doesn’t involve confinement The system retains oversight and authority Rationale for probation Pragmatic reasons—overcrowding, cost The Suspended Sentence (imposition or execution) Conditions
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The probationer shall: (1) refrain from the violations of any state or federal penal laws; (2) avoid injurious or vicious habits; (3) avoid persons or places of disreputable or harmful character; (4) permit the probation agent to visit at his home or elsewhere; (5) work faithfully at suitable employment as far as possible; (6) pay a fine in one or several sums as directed by the court; (7) perform public service work as directed by the court;
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course CRJU 101 taught by Professor Clement during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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