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Community-Based Corrections Generally. CBC Generally Offender Selection The State of Modern CBC. What Is CBC?. Intermediate Sanctions and CBC. Recall:. What are Intermediate Sanctions?. What are IS?. CBC Objectives. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. . Community Protection.

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community based corrections generally

Community-Based Corrections Generally

CBC Generally

Offender Selection

The State of Modern CBC

cbc objectives
CBC Objectives
  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • 4.
  • 5.
community protection
Community Protection
  • Offender Selection Criteria

Restrictions (IS) and Level of Control

Rules and Rules Enforcement

rules and rules enforcement
Rules and Rules Enforcement
  • Rules and rules enforcement tend to deter criminal activity and identify, before crime, persons at risk for criminality.
fairness and justice aka proportionality
Fairness and Justice AKA: Proportionality
  • Punishment should fit the crime
  • Aggravating and mitigation circumstances
  • Apply the right amount of just deserts
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Should an offender who works and obeys the law, but continues to have problems with drugs, be sent to prison?
rehabilitation and reintegration
Rehabilitation and Reintegration
  • Rebuilding community ties
    • Family, Job, Friends, Education

Why are these things important?

rehabilitation
Rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation is based on the premise that crime and delinquency are:
practical implications
Practical Implications
  • Programs that avoid stigmatizing offenders and enable them to maintain ties to the larger community could be expected to encourage responsible, law-abiding behavior.
reintegration
Reintegration
  • Reintegration, to be effective, must be:
cost effectiveness
Cost Effectiveness
  • Prison: About $18,000 - $25,000 per year
  • Probation: About $1,400 per year
  • Effective TX: About $12,000 - $14,000 year
cost effectiveness cont d
Cost Effectiveness cont’d
  • 28,000 VA inmates X $22,000

= $616,000,000 per year

  • 40,000 P&P Cases X $1,400
  • = $ 56,000,000 per year
  • 7,000 Selected Inmate Cases X $14,000
  • = $ 98,000,000 per year
  • Savings: $155,554.000 - $98,000,000
  • = $57,554,000 per year PLUS Less Crime
cost effectiveness cont d23
Cost Effectiveness cont’d
  • TX pays for itself.
  • Fact:
  • Fact:
offender selection tools
Offender Selection Tools
  • Presentence Report
  • Risk and Needs Assessments
  • Sentencing Guidelines
history of sg in virginia
History of SG in Virginia
  • Historical widespread inequities
  • Voluntary sentencing guidelines
  • 75% compliance rate by judges
truth in sentencing
Truth In Sentencing
  • 1980-1992 Number f federal prisoners increased 46% to 75%
  • Result: 60% increase in corrections spending
important concepts
Important Concepts
  • Collective Incapacitation:
  • Selective Incapacitation:
important concepts32
Important Concepts
  • Determinate Sentencing:

Indeterminate Sentencing

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get tough on crime
Get Tough On Crime
  • Result of War On Drugs
    • National crackdown on drug use
    • Massive increases in law enforcement and prosecutions
get tough on crime36
Get Tough On Crime
  • Effect
    • Increase in drug users in prison
    • Limited prison space for violent and property offenders
    • Huge increases in correctional spending
    • DOC became largest agency in many states
some bright spots
Some Bright Spots
  • Greater focus on violent offenders
  • Law authorized federal mandatory minimum for minor drug offenders
  • Federal money to states for prisons tied to
    • Evidence of balanced approach
      • Rehabilitation, TX, Education
      • Diversion, Drug Courts, Post Release Assistance
less bright spots
Less Bright Spots
  • Limited federal court authority to remedy prison overcrowding
  • Permitted double bunking of maximum security inmates
  • Most states maximized incarceration
    • Proliferation of sentencing enhancements for all
  • Parole abolition
sentencing enhancements
Sentencing Enhancements
  • Three strikes and you’re out
    • For All
  • Truth in sentencing (Serve 85% of time)
    • For All
  • Sentencing Guideline enhancements
prison admissions
Prison Admissions
  • Implication?
collective incapacitation criticisms
Collective Incapacitation Criticisms
  • If collective incapacitation were effective, crime reduction would have been greater.
    • Serious offenders were already incarcerated
    • Longer sentences incapacitate offenders after criminal career ended or greatly diminished
    • Drug offenders leave prison with broader criminal expertise
    • Middle class assumption prison is equal deterrent to all groups
cost and consequences of incarceration policy
Cost and Consequences of Incarceration Policy
  • Cost
    • Economic, Social, Educational, Health and Public Safety
  • Consequences If Trend Continues
    • Raise taxes or reduce Funding in almost all other areas
international perspective
International Perspective
  • US places disproportionate emphasis on physical punishment in CCJ policy.
  • US reliance on collective incapacitation is not based on demonstrated success.
what are the alternatives
What Are The Alternatives?
  • Reintroduce Indeterminacy In Sentencing
  • Focus On Alternatives To Incarceration
  • Remove Lesser Offenders From Prison
    • Especially Drug Offenders
solution back to cbc
Solution: Back To CBC
  • CBC can provide protection
    • Rehabilitation and enforcing restrictions costs $
  • Most offenders respond to the right program match
  • CBC is the best cost effective alternative
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Public safety concerns dominate correctional planning.
  • Resolution of offender problems and needs may be the best long-term solution to public safety problems and crime prevention.