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Assumptions Probation Revocation of probation. Intermediate sanctions Judicial Community Boot camps. Community Corrections. Forms of Community-Based Corrections (CBC). Probation Forfeiture Restitution Shock probation / split sentencing House arrest Electronic monitoring

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community corrections
Assumptions

Probation

Revocation of probation

Intermediate sanctions

Judicial

Community

Boot camps

Community Corrections
slide2

Forms of Community-Based Corrections (CBC)

  • Probation
  • Forfeiture
  • Restitution
  • Shock probation / split sentencing
  • House arrest
  • Electronic monitoring
  • Intensive probation supervision
  • Residential community corrections

Module 14 - 2

reasons for community corrections
Reasons for Community Corrections
  • Incarceration not always appropriate
  • Cost
  • Recidivism comparison
  • Social costs of incarceration
  • Theory of “Least Restrictive Alternative”
probation correction without incarceration
Probation: Correction Without Incarceration
  • Overview
  • Origins and Evolution
  • Organization
  • Probation officers and workload
revocation of probation
Revocation of Probation
  • Reasons for revocation of probation
  • Rights concerning revocation
    • Mempa v. Rhay (1967)
    • Gagnon v. Scarpelli (1973)
assessing probation
Assessing Probation
  • Effective?
  • Low cost
  • Felons on probation?
  • Improvements
intermediate sanctions in the community
Intermediate Sanctions in the Community
  • Overview
  • Judicial sanctions
  • Sanctions in the community
  • Boot camps
slide9

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Day Fines are based on

the seriousness of the offense

and the offenders ability to pay.

Fines

Restitution

Judicial Sanctions

Forfeiture

slide10

Sanctions Administered in the Community

IPS

Community Service

Electronic Monitoring

House Arrest

Day Reporting Centers

boot camps
Boot Camps

Discipline and Rigorous Training

In about 30 states

Mixed Results

are you listening
Are You Listening?
  • ______ is a punishment involving supervision and restrictions while living in the community
  • Probation
  • ______ is compensation for an injury one has inflicted that must be paid to the victim
  • Restitution
  • ______ was the decision requiring hearings before probation could be revoked
  • Gagnon v. Scarpelli
  • ______ was the originator of probation as a volunteer, community activist in 19th Century Boston
  • John Augustus
  • ______ is the seizure by the government of property/assets derived from or used in criminal activity
  • Forfeiture
  • ______ is a place that probationers may be ordered to report to daily
  • Day Reporting Center