Community Corrections and Human Dignity
Community Corrections and Human Dignity presents a new approach to the rapidly growing fields of probation and parole based on the author’s extensive experience and recent research in the field. This book explores community corrections from its 19th century origins and century-long evolution to modern issues, including supervision models, offender treatment, parole and restorative parole, offender technical violations, and future crime prevention. Readers will learn about different types of probationers, why offenders should be treated respectfully, and proper offender treatment.
Specifications of Community Corrections and Human Dignity
|Author||Edward W. Sieh|
|Publisher||Jones & Bartlett Learning|
|Number Of Pages||382|
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