Exam 1 Study Guide Spring 2011

Exam 1 Study Guide Spring 2011 - Proposition 66 Know the...

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Corrections Exam 1 Study Guide: Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Why the steady increase in correctional populations when crime rates are on the decline? Felony, misdemeanor, and infraction Clearance rates Correctional clients Three components of the criminal justice system Institutional v. noninstitutional corrections Mores and folkways Core traits essential to effective work in corrections Gender and corrections Spierenburg's degrees of severity for physical and public punishments Flogging and branding What is a theatrical punishment? Transportation and hulks William Penn, Sir Samuel Romilly, and John Howard What is hedonistic calculus? Social order Correctional econometrics Model of sentencing: what is this and what are the different models of sentencing? How many dates of credit can federal inmates earn each year for good behavior? Know about federal sentencing guidelines Apprendi v. New Jersey What are the two goals of mandatory minimum sentencing?
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Unformatted text preview: Proposition 66 Know the four issues related to fairness in sentencing and the details of each What is counterperformance? Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime and Philadelphia Treatment Court What is the history of probation in America? What is the rationale for privatizing probation? COMBINES: what is it? what is the focus of the program? Three elements of probation supervision Know the cases-to-staff ratio for adult probation caseloads Know the difference between front end, back end, and trap door programs What are the two main research findings on intensive supervision probation? What are the three primary goals of all drug courts? What does the research from NIJ conclude about the effectiveness of day fines? What is the history of community service? Program-centered approach. ..what does this mean? Community Corrections Acts. ..what do they do?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course CRJU 312 taught by Professor Meade during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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