Restitution A court ordered cash payment that an offender makes to the victim

Restitution a court ordered cash payment that an

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Restitution: A court-ordered cash payment that an offender makes to the victim to offset some of the losses incurred from the crime. Victim Compensation: A general fund by which state governments disperse money to qualifying victims of violent crimes for payment of bills and lost wages.
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Fines: A fixed financial penalty imposed by the judge, with the amount determined by the severity of the offense. Residential Community Correction Facility (RCCF): A modern term for halfway house; a community-based correctional center in which the offender lives under supervision and must obtain permission to leave for work and leisure. Levels System: A behavior modification program that increases a client’s community freedom with good behavior. Electronic Monitoring: When a probationer or parolee is monitored in the community by wearing an electronic device that tracks his or her location. Home Detention: Requires offenders to remain at home at all times, except for such purposes as employment, school, treatment, medical emergencies, or approved shopping trips. Day Reporting Center: A nonresidential community corrections sanction that blends high levels of control with the delivery of specific service needed by offenders. Substance Abuse: When the use of one or more chemical substances disrupts normal living patterns. Problem-Solving Courts: An alternative court process for people who get arrested and have a history of alcohol or drug abuse, or a mental illness. Co-Occurring Disorders: A client with a mental disorder and a substance abuse problem. Detoxification: A process of sudden withdrawal from all drugs and alcohol so that treatment can begin. Therapeutic Communities: Long-term peer-led programs for chronic addicts using group confrontational methods.
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Short-Term Inpatient Residential Programs: Drug treatment programs for participants who live and work independently in the community. Outpatient Treatment: Drug treatment programs for participants who live and work in the community.
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