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Sentencing theory, social enquiry and probation practice.

Susan Rawson

Sentencing theory, social enquiry and probation practice.

by Susan Rawson

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


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SeriesSocial work monographs -- 6
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Open LibraryOL13778695M

  Social control theory. The social control theory, as proffered by Hirschi (), theorized that delinquency occurs due to weak social bonds. Simply put, the stronger one's social bonds to the conventional society, the less likely he or she will . ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Probation and parole in criminal justice --Probation history and administration --Pretrial services, sentencing, and the presentence report --Parole and the indeterminate sentence --Parole administration and services --Treatment theory and practice --Probation and .

  Sentencing: theory and practice (LAW) Probation in Criminology #Concept of Probation in Hindi #Various Acts of Probation. Attorney Eric . Probation and Parole: Theory and Practice. Probation and Parole: Theory and Practice. Additional attention is paid to both the juvenile and adult populations and the book considers how the probation officers work with each. Applies social science theory .

The probation officer is responsible for writing the pre-sentence investigation report. The pre-sentence investigation report contains information about two important aspects of the case: the legal history of the incident and the offender’s social history. Parole. Parole is for offenders who are leaving prison after serving a partial sentence. Probation and Parole: Theory and Practice, 12th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. [pdf]view/open - placing this revised and enlarged Twelfth Edition of the book in the hands of readers. Sentencing: Theory and Practice ) Butieiworths.


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Sentencing theory, social enquiry and probation practice by Susan Rawson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sentencing theory, social enquiry and probation practice. [Susan Rawson] -- In this Monograph, the sixth of the series, Suasan Rawson reviews recent theoretical literature in the field of probation practice. This book provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the work of the probation service.

It brings together themes of policy, theory and practice to help students and practitioners to better understand the work of probation, its Cited by:   This book provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to probation. It brings together themes of policy, theory and practice to help students and practitioners better understand the work of probation, its limitations, its potential, but above all its value.

Written by an established author in the field, this book explores the politics of modernisation and transformation of probation in the criminal justice system.

It is unique in drawing upon innovative social theories and moral perspectives to analyse changes in the probation service by including data from quantitative and qualitative empirical research. This chapter describes and illustrates an application of relational social work practice with individuals in transition from prison or jail to their communities and to free society.

Integrated individual, ecological, cultural, and political perspectives are essential to understanding and working with the issues unique to this by: 2. Sentencing Principles in Theory and Practice Richard Frase University of Minnesota Law School, [email protected] I Morris's Theory of Punishment In his first book, The Habitual Criminal, published inMorris tations on probation eligibility (Morris and Hawkinspp., ; see also Morris a, p.

Social theories of Sentencing. They are contemporary theories. It is a dissatisfied response to the four "traditional" theories of punishment which deal with sentencing in isolation from its wider social and political setting.

These theories attempt to make sentencing principles more responsive to social condition and community expectation. About this journal. Probation Journal was established in and now provides a national and international forum for sharing good practice, disseminating criminal justice research and developing debate about the theory and practice of work with offenders.

The Journal is read in 25 countries, and has gained a reputation for publishing material which is both of a high quality and accessible to.

Pre-sentence stage 32 Pre-sentence reports (PSR 32 Post-sentence/custodial stage 35 Post-sentence reports 35 Community assessments 36 Probation casework, supervision and conditions 36 Recording and practice, probation management and research - especially that driven by the new.

of probation (e.g. social inquiry reports, probation supervision, and various forms of social assistance) at different stages of criminal procedure and law enforcement practice, without the formation of an independent probation service. PRI’s conclusion was that the decision about the best approach would depend on.

Written by a former community corrections professional, the author provides an insider’s view on how these changes affected the roles and responsibilities of probation and parole officers.

In contrast to competing texts, the author weaves his experience with the practices of probation and parole agencies throughout the United States to provide a realistic, state-of-the-art view of the s: A moral perspective on probation must take into account not only what probation does, but also what it stands for, and not only its aims and achievements, but also the processes it follows and how its work is perceived by users of the service.

Probation And Parole: Theory And Practice (12th Edition) PDF. Written from an insider’s view, this text provides an up-to-date and comprehensive examination of a field that is undergoing significant change.

 Probation and Parole: Theory and Practice, 12e looks at the history of the field, how it moved from a focus on treatment/rehabilitation and the indeterminate sentence, toward a model. Prison, community sentences and probation’s contribution to sentencing Punishment has been said to be over-determined, with an abundance of justifications and purposes (Nietzsche /), many of which were considered in the last chapter.

OUR theory and practice in the area of sentencing have undergone a gradual but dramatic metamorphosis through the years. Primitive man believed that a. Written by former community corrections professional, this book provides a state-of-the-art view of probation and parole.

Offering a new two-color design, this revision contains updated material from agencies throughout the country and features 12 chapters that focus on all aspects of topic from the practitioner's point of view. Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections Work in Theory and Practice: Preparing Students for Careers in Probation and Parole Agencies - Kindle edition by Morgan, Kathryn.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections Work in Theory and Practice Reviews: 4.

Sentencing best practices reports by court department. In his Octoaddress on the State of the Judiciary, Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court Ralph D.

Gants asked “every trial court department with criminal jurisdiction to convene a working group comprised of judges, probation officers, prosecutors, and defense attorneys to recommend protocols in their department that. It argues (with the help of John Augustus, Charles Dickens and others) that the probation service’s input of social information into sentencing has been a contribution to social justice, but recent changes in the reporting role have made this much more difficult.

This probation and parole curriculum incorporates both theory and practice dimensions and is designed as a week criminal justice course.

Abstract: The curriculum's 12 chapters are organized in four parts: (1) probation; (2) parole; (3) treatment and supervision in probation and parole; and (4) special programs and research.

Book Description. In this work Maurice Vanstone provides an authoritative and original account of the history of probation. This invaluable reference tool offers readers a new way of reading probation history and presents an original context for thinking about current policy and practice.This book also highlights the role of probation in this process, offering a timely and critical review of the nature of probation under the New Labour government in the UK between Probation and Parole: Theory and Practice - Howard Abadinsky - Google Books.

Based on the author's extensive experience as a senior New York State parole officer, this book features in-the-trenches.