Criminal Justice Today 12 th Edition. Frank Schmalleger. Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections. Chapter 12. Most offenders under correctional supervision in the United States today are under which type of supervision?. Probation Parole Jail Prison. Correct Answer Probation.
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Maintaining employment, remaining within the jurisdiction of the court, obeying all laws, and possessing no firearms are all examples of what kind of conditions of probation?
2. General conditions
Surrendering of driver’s license, supplying breath, urine, or blood samples as needed, and getting a GED within a specified time are all examples of what kind ofconditions of probation?
3. Specific conditions
Whether an offender is on probation or parole they must abide by conditions of supervision or risk losing the privilege to remain in the community.
After looking at the statistics regarding parole, do you favor early release that takes into account the inmates conduct while in prison or review by a parole board?
Review by trained professional parole board members
No early release, offenders should serve entire sentence
Which of the following is an early release option under which a low-risk inmate with a serious physical or mental health condition is released earlier that normal?
4. Medical parole
1. I support it because it is the cost effective way to control offenders.
2. I support it because it allows for counseling, community service, and more opportunities for rehabilitation.
3. I don’t support it because it limits punishment and puts society in danger.
The Supreme Court held that police officers may conduct warrantless searches of parolees subject to parole search conditions in Samson v. California (2006).
Failure to meet with parole/probation officer
Failure to participate in treatment
Drug or alcohol use
All of the above
4. All of the above
Minnesota v Murphy
Gagnon v Scarpelli
Mempa v Rhay
Morrissey v Brewer
3. Mempa v Rhay
Diagnosis and needs assessment
2. Preventative patrol
Providing quasi-social work services
Handling custodial responsibilities
Which intermediate sanction would require strict discipline, physical exercise, a short participation time, and works mainly with first offenders?
2. Boot Camp
Probation and parole should be abolished altogether.
Probation and parole should continue on as they are now.
The scope of probation and parole programming should be broadened to include public health workers, housing providers, workforce development staff, and others.