Chapter 16. Making It: Supervision in the Community. Overview of the Post release Function. Community Supervision Revocation The Structure of Community Supervision Agents of Community Supervision The Community Supervision Bureaucracy Residential Programs
Making It: Supervision in the Community
The Experience of Post release Life
return to prison?
determination of probable cause to believe that violation has occurred
is violation severe enough to warrant return to prison? or should offender remain on parole, possibly with new conditions?
should offender remain on parole, possibly with new conditions?
Note changes in positive(+) & negative(-) attachments between forces as we move through the 3 stages of the supervision process.
Officer has strongest attachment to bureaucracy, weak attachment to parolee. Parolee maintains little/no attachment to bureaucracy throughout!
Officer attachment to bureaucracy is replaced by stronger attachment to parolee.
Officer attachment to bureaucracy is replaced by strongest attachment to parolee.
emphasis on control
philosophy & policy of organization
strangeness of re-entry
barriers to success
unmet personal needs
expungementof criminal record
a legal process that is supposed to result in removal of official record of conviction; in fact, records are kept.
process is cumbersome & inadequate.
an act of clemency by executive branch of state or federal government excusing an offense & absolving offender from consequences of crime
structured approaches to case management
rather than leaving supervision style to officers’ discretion
offer tangible services
rather than mere surveillance