Integrating Treatment into Sentencing/Court Orders Hon. William F. Dressel President The National Judicial College
Legal System /Court Steps 2First Appearance Advise of Rights 1Arrest 3Bond 4PreTrial Hearing 5Plea/Disposition 6Trial Conference 7Trial/Guilty Plea 8Sentencing
Elements of a Sentence • Punishment • Supervision • Monitoring • CBT • Intervention/Criminogenic • Treatment • Restitution • Public Safety
Community Mapping Paramedics Law Enforcement Family Therapy Community Orgs Housing Hospitals Ethnic Organiztns Recreation Libraries Mental Health Svcs Recovery Programs Insurance Agencies Literacy Programs Schools Colleges Faith Commnty Community Mentoring Programs Employmt Job Trng Community Fndatns Social Services Labor Unions Businesses Chamber of Commerce Gov’t Agencies Arts Media Lawyer Asst. Pgms Probation v
Pew Charitable Trust:1 in 31 U.S. Adults are Behind Bars, on Parole or Probation • Sort offenders by risk to public safety to determine appropriate levels of supervision; • Base intervention programs on sound research about what works to reduce recidivism; • Harness advances in supervision technology such a electronic monitoring and rapid result alcohol & drug tests; • Impose swift and certain sanctions for offenders who break the rules of their release but who do not commit new crimes; and • Create incentives for offenders and supervision agencies to succeed, and monitor their performance.
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