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By Larry J. Siegel

ISBN-10: 1133942830

ISBN-13: 9781133942832

Get a frontline examine the sector of corrections with CORRECTIONS this day, third version. This briefer, visible, paperback e-book is perfect for readers who're attracted to real-world techniques and purposes. It examines the sector of corrections in the course of the lens of readers--perhaps like you--who are giving severe notion to a occupation within the box or at the moment are operating in corrections whereas looking a complicated measure for you to receive a advertising or change task paths. CORRECTIONS this present day, third version, deals a pragmatic, enticing, career-focused, and authoritative creation to corrections.

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18% b. 45% c. 66% d. 3% 18. In the United States today, how many identified individuals with mental illness does the community corrections population serve? a. 248,000 individuals b. 4 million individuals c. 700,000 individuals d. 45,000 individuals 19. How many adult probation agencies are there in the United States? a. approximately 890 b. approximately 3,200 c. approximately 4,800 d. approximately 2,000 20. How many of the probation agencies are primarily a local responsibility? a. 1/4 b. 1/2 c.

Deferred sentence d. temporary diversion 23. Who is the individual who agrees to make themselves responsible for those who have been released? a. probation officers b. mediator c. sureties d. custodian 24. _____________ is a delayed sentence conviction on a guilty plea until the sentenced offender has successfully served his or her probation term. a. shock incarceration b. deferred sentence c. diversionary sentence d. judicial reprieve 25. The Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime (TASC) program is the most widespread of various national programs that have been designed for what types of criminals?

The Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime (TASC) program is the most widespread of various national programs that have been designed for what types of criminals? a. drug abuser offenders b. mentally ill offenders c. elderly offenders d. HIV infected offenders 26. Who was the man who originally started probation? a. John Augustus b. Samantha O’Hara c. Cesare Lombroso d. Allen Pinkerton 27. What decades did the backlash on being “soft on crime” occur? a. 1930s and 1940s b. 1950s and 1960s c. 1970s and 1980s d.

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