INTERMEDIATE SANCTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

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INTERMEDIATE SANCTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS 1 Intermediate Sanctions and Community Corrections Karen M. Overbey CJS/230 March 29, 2011 Neal Brumley
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INTERMEDIATE SANCTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS 2 Intermediate Sanctions and Community Corrections Intermediate sanctions are programs that are used as a part of community corrections that are meant to be used as part of the punishment for the offending individual. Intermediate sanctions include work release programs, probation, house arrest with electronic monitors, boot camps, and numerous residential programs. The positive aspects of intermediate sanctions are increased surveillance and provide an increase in holding the offender accountable because they understand that if they do not follow the conditions given to them they may be returned to prison. The negative aspects of intermediate sanctions are the offenders can get below the radar by moving and not being supervised which can become a danger to society because they can
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course CRIMINAL J cis 334 taught by Professor Akmid during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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