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CRJU 312 Corrections Professor Koons-Witt Study Guide Exam #1 (Chapters 1-4) Social control Goals of Corrections Corrections as a System (Goals, interconnectedness, etc.) Federalism Colonial Model Newgate of Connecticut Penitentiary Model Walnut Street Jail PA and NY systems Reformatory Model Elmira Reformatory Progressive Model Positivistic School of Criminology Medical Model Community Model Crime Control Model Lex talionis The Age of Reason (The Enlightenment) Classical School Beccaria Bentham Retribution Deterrence (specific and general) Incapacitation (including selective) Rehabilitation Restoration (Restorative Justice) Forms of Criminal Sanctions (Incarceration, Intermediate Sanctions, Probation, Death)
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Unformatted text preview: Selective incapacitation Indeterminate & Determinate Sentencing Mandatory sentences, Sentencing Guidelines Truth-in-Sentencing Intermediate Sanctions Jails Walnut Street Jail Pretrial detention Preventive detention Bail ROR Pretrial diversion “Widening the net” Standard Probation and Intermediate Sanctions John Augustus Stand Bail Massachusetts PreSentence Investigation Report (PSI) Intermediations Sanctions (definition and why useful) Continuum of Sanctions Principle of interchangeability Types of “nets” (wider, stronger, different) Intermediate Sanctions – (all of them, fines, day fines, etc.) Surveillance and control 1...
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2012 for the course CRJU 312 taught by Professor Meade during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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