eBook Encyclopedia Of Community Corrections, 1st Edition

  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 145221851X
  • ISBN-13: 9781452218519
  • DDC: 365.603
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 528 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released July 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

Explores all aspects of community corrections, from its philosophical foundation to its inception in the 1970s through current day issues regarding this aspect of the criminal justice system.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editor.
List of Contributors.
Introduction.
Chronology.
1: Absconding.
2: Actuarial Risk Assessment.
3: Addiction–Specific Support Groups.
4: Attitudes and Myths about Punishment.
5: Attitudes of Offenders Toward Community Corrections.
6: Augustus, John.
7: Bail Reform Act of 1984.
8: Banishment.
9: Beccaria, Cesare.
10: Benefit of Clergy.
11: Bentham, Jeremy.
12: Boot Camps.
13: Boston’s Operation Night Light.
14: Brockway, Zebulon.
15: Case Management.
16: Caseload and Workload Standards.
17: Certified Criminal Justice Professional.
18: Circle Sentencing.
19: Civil and Political Rights Affected by Conviction.
20: Classification Systems.
21: Community Corrections Acts.
22: Community Corrections And Sanctions.
23: Community Corrections as an Add-On to Imprisonment.
24: Community Corrections as an Alternative to Imprisonment.
25: Community Partnerships.
26: Community Service Order.
27: Community-Based Centers.
28: Community-Based Vocational Networks.
29: COMPASS Program.
30: Conditional Sentencing and Release.
31: Conditions of Community Corrections.
32: Continuum of Sanctions.
33: Cook County Juvenile Court.
34: Correctional Case Managers.
35: Costs of Community Corrections.
36: Counseling.
37: Crime Control Model of Corrections.
38: Crime Victims’ Concerns.
39: Cultural Competence.
40: Curfews.
41: Day Reporting Centers.
42: Determinate Sentencing.
43: Disabled Offenders.
44: Discretionary Release.
45: Diversion Programs.
46: Diversity in Community Corrections.
47: Drug– and Alcohol–Abusing Offenders and Treatment.
48: Drug Courts.
49: Drug Testing in Community Corrections.
50: Effectiveness of Community Corrections.
51: Elderly Offenders.
52: Electronic Monitoring.
53: Elmira System.
54: Employment-Related Rights of Offenders.
55: Environmental Crime Prevention.
56: Ethics of Community-Based Sanctions.
57: Evaluation of Programs.
58: Faith-Based Initiatives.
59: False Negatives and False Positives.
60: Family Courts.
61: Family Group Conferencing.
62: Family Therapy.
63: Felony Probation.
64: Female Offenders and Special Needs.
65: Field Visits.
66: Financial Penalties.
67: Fine Options Programs.
68: Firearms and Community Corrections Personnel.
69: Firearms Charges, Offenders With.
70: Flat Time.
71: Front-End and Back-End Programming.
72: Furloughs.
73: Goals and Objectives of Community Corrections.
74: Good Time and Merit Time.
75: GPS Tracking.
76: Graduated Sanctions for Juvenile Offenders.
77: Group Homes.
78: Halfway Houses and Residential Centers.
79: Hare Psychopathy Checklist.
80: History of Community Corrections.
81: Home Confinement and House Arrest.
82: Humanitarianism.
83: Indeterminate Sentencing.
84: Investigative Reports.
85: Irish Marks System.
86: Job Satisfaction in Community Corrections.
87: Juvenile Aftercare.
88: Juvenile and Youth Offenders.
89: Juvenile Probation Officers.
90: Law Enforcement Administration Act Initiatives.
91: Level of Service Inventory.
92: Liability.
93: Long-Term Offender Designation.
94: Loss of Capacity to be Bonded.
95: Loss of Individual Rights.
96: Loss of Parental Rights.
97: Loss of Right to Possess Firearms.
98: Loss of Welfare Benefits.
99: Maconochie, Alexander.
100: Manhattan Bail Project.
101: Martinson, Robert.
102: Mediation.
103: Mental Health Courts.
104: Motivational Interviewing.
105: Neighborhood Probation.
106: Net Widening.
107: Nimby Syndrome.
108: Offender Needs.
109: Offender Responsivity.
110: Offender Risks.
111: Offender Supervision.
112: Offenders with Mental Illness.
113: Pardon and Restoration of Rights.
114: Parole.
115: Parole Boards and Hearings.
116: Parole Commission, U.S..
117: Parole Commission Phaseout Act of 1996.
118: Parole Guidelines Score.
119: Parole Officers.
120: Philosophy of Community Corrections.
121: Political Determinants of Corrections Policy.
122: Prediction Instruments.
123: Predispositional Reports for Juveniles.
124: Pre-Parole Plan.
125: Pre-Sentence Investigation Reports.
126: President’s Task Force on Corrections.
127: Pretrial Detention.
128: Pretrial Supervision.
129: Prison Overcrowding.
130: Prisoner’s Family and Reentry.
131: Probation.
132: Probation: Administration Models.
133: Probation: Early Termination.
134: Probation: Organization of Services.
135: Probation: Private.
136: Probation and Judicial Reprieve.
137: Probation and Parole: Intensive Supervision.
138: Probation and Parole Fees.
139: Probation Mentor Home Program.
140: Probation Officers.
141: Probation Officers: Job Stress.
142: Project Safeway.
143: Public Opinion of Community Corrections.
144: Public Safety and Collaborative Prevention.
145: Public Shaming as Punishment.
146: Punishment.
147: Punishment Units.
148: Recidivism.
149: Recognizance.
150: Reducing Prison Populations.
151: Reentry Courts.
152: Reentry Programs and Initiatives.
153: Reintegration into Communities.
154: Reparation Boards.
155: Residential Correctional Programs.
156: Residential Programs for Juveniles.
157: Restitution.
158: Restitution Centers.
159: Restorative Justice.
160: Revocation.
161: Risk and Needs Assessment Instruments.
162: Risk Assessment Instruments: Three Generations.
163: Salient Factor Score.
164: Sanctuary.
165: Second Chance Act.
166: Sentencing Guidelines.
167: Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative.
168: Sex Offender Registration.
169: Sex Offenders in the Community.
170: Sexual and Gender Minorities and Special Needs.
171: Sexual Predators: Civil Commitment.
172: Shock Probation.
173: Smart Partnership.
174: Specialized Caseload Models.
175: Split Sentencing and Blended Sentencing.
176: Teen Courts.
177: Temperance Movement.
178: Therapeutic Communities.
179: Therapeutic Jurisprudence.
180: Thinking for a Change.
181: Three Strikes and You’re Out.
182: Truth-in-Sentencing Provisions.
183: Victim Impact Statements.
184: Victim Services.
185: Victim-Offender Reconciliation Programs.
186: Victims of Crime Act of 1984.
187: Violent Offender Reconciliation Programs.
188: Volunteers and Community Corrections.
189: “What Works” Approach and Evidence-Based Practices.