24. . Evidenced based practices include ______.A. all outcomes are equalB. the outcome cannot be measuredC. the outcome is defined according to practical realities rather than immeasurable moral or value oriented standardsD. the outcome is determined by the moral standards of the community25. ______ play a critical role in evaluation by providing a standard against which to measure the program’s success.26. According to the text, the “broken windows” concept ______.27. Walter Miller (1958) proposes that such criminogenic behavior in subcultures is fo-cused around a key concern with ______.28. Which sentencing goal emphasizes physical restriction to prevent further opportuni-ties for lawbreaking?A. incapacitationB. rehabilitationC. deterrenceD. restitution29. The term ______ refers to a sense of cohesion within a given community where citi-zens have close and interlocking relationships with one another.4
30. The term ______ refers to improvements of a community’s structure and landscape to deter likelihood of criminal offending in that given area.31. Restorative justice approaches to offender sanctioning seek to restore ______ to a similar level of functioning to what existed prior to the commission of the criminal act.32. . ______ is an approach to law enforcement that uses problem-solving strategies that involve community participants in the processA. Environmental crime preventionB. Collective efficacyC. Broken windowsD. Community policing33. Which is NOT a goal of sentencing?34. ______ are patterns of values, norms, and behavior, which have become traditional among certain groups.
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