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Parole Kristofer Allison November 14, 2011 CRJ 210 Probation and Parole Parole by definition is the "conditional early release from prison or jail, under supervision, after a portion of the sentence has been served." This practice assumes that the offender successfully demonstrated conformity to the rules and regulations of the prison environment and shows an ability to conform to society's norms and laws. The word, parole, derives from the French "parol" meaning "word of honor" and...

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Probation and Parole

Probation and Parole Probation is a sentence that certain individual receives from a judge after he/she is convicted of crime. When on probation, he/she is still able to participate within the community with very strict guidelines. Parole is a supervised release of inmates from a correctional center. There are many advantages and disadvantages of probation. One advantage is its better than being locked up in prison or jail. While on probation, you also have the right to choose who you live with...

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Probation and Parole

Technical Institute Online There are many advantages to putting offenders on probation and parole. One advantage is the cost, the average inmate costs 20,000 a year to house, and up to 60,000 in a super max. The cost to keep someone on probation is 3,400 a year that is a big difference. Another advantage is the space. Prisons are becoming overcrowded very quickly. The offenders that are placed on parole or supervision are generally no violent criminals; they may have had drug charges or something...

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Parole and Probation

Running head: PAROLE AND PROBATION Parole and Probation University of Phoenix Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CJA 313 Apr 28, 2008 Parole and Probation “A term coined by John Augustus from the Latin term”probare”- to prove, to test; the origin for the Probation came from English Law in the Middle Ages.”(A Brief History of Probation) “In 1841He persuaded Boston Police Court to release an adult drunkard into his custody rather than send him to prison- the prevalent means...

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Probation and Parole

Mark Ortega CRJ 215 CTA #1 September 3, 2012 Difference Between a Police Officer and Probation & Parole A police officer is an individual who plays the role of maintaining in keeping order and peace in the public. Police officers are used for emergency services such emergency calls, disasters, public safety for large gatherings, road and traffic services and collisions as well. The police are also responsible for reprimanding offenders by issuing citations to those violators acting in a...

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Parole and Truth in Sentencing

Parole and Truth in Sentencing paper To understand parole one needs to know what parole is and what it means. Parole is the status and early release of a convicted offender who has been conditionally releases from prison by a paroling authority before his or her sentence is expired. Parole and Probation have similar conditions. While an offender is on parole they have certain rules they need to follow. There is another form of parole which is Federal parole. Federal parole was determined by the...

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Understanding Probation and Parole

------------------------------------------------- Understand Probation and Parole Similarities & Differences April 1, 2013 Victor Mora Community Corrections April 1, 2013 Victor Mora Community Corrections If you don’t follow the Criminal Justice System closely and what they stand for it is easy to confuse many departments within our states. The media and many members of the public often commit this error when it comes to what Probation and Parole stand for and their purposes. I myself use to mistaken these...

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Parole Violation Report

JDI-298 PAROLE VIOLATION REPORT Rev. 7/03 INSTITUTION: | APA Nbr. | NAME (Last, First) | REPORT DATE: | PREPARED BY: | PHONE: | Orlando/Orange | 280857 | Machjokowski, Richard | 03/01/2009 | Michelle Thomas | (693)-298-8932 | TYPE OF REPORT: | RECOMMENDATION: | X | TECHNICAL | | FELONY | | Continue Parole- Other Programming | VIOLATION DATE: | ACTION WHICH...

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Annotated bibliography on parole and probation

Annotated Bibliography Fulton, Betsy, Amy Stichman, Lawrence Travis, and Edward Latessa. "Moderating Probation and Parole Officer Attitudes to Achieve Desired Outcomes." Prison Journal 77.3 (1997): 295-313. CECybrary. ProQuest Database. Allentown Business School, Center Valley, PA. 7 July 2004 . This study was an assessment of the role preferences of probation and parole officers and the conflict between control and treatment. It was determined that organizational philosophy is a determinate on...

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Parole For The Elderly

 Parole for the Elderly Students Name CJHS/430 Date Instructor Solitary confinement of prisoners exists under a scope of names: confinement, control units, supermaxim jails, the gap, regulatory isolation, greatest security, or changeless lockdown. Detainees can be sent to any of these units for many reasons: for disciplinary reasons even though while they are under scrutiny; as a component for conduct change, when associated with posse contribution; as reprisal for political activism;...

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