CJUS 650 Quiz 3

CJUS 650 Quiz 3 Liberty University

  1. True diversion programs serve as an alternative to incarceration.
  2. The strong emphasis on rehabilitation is demonstrated by the recommendations made by a panel of experts formed in response to President _______________ address to the U.S. Congress.
  3. From the system point of view, probation is an alternative that is substantially cheaper than prison.
  4. Punishments for crimes are consistent across the United States.
  5. Explain John Augustus’ concept which is now used as a model for modern probation.
  6. Probation is a sentence requiring offenders to serve a period of correctional supervision in the community, generally in lieu of
  7. Diversion programs are designed to
  8. Most probationers are convicted of nonviolent offenses; about half are sentenced to probation for felonies and about half for misdemeanors
  9. When on probation the offender must comply with an extensive list of probation conditions as specified by the
  10. The philosophy of corrections changed radically in the 1970s. This change is often attributed to an article entitled
  11. Diversion programs respond to competing demands in the policy arena that reflect the local __________ and __________ climates.
  12. In seeking to control the behavior of probationers and to ensure that they comply with the__________conditions of probation, probation officers possess a wide range of __________.
  13. The two aims of diversion are to divert offenders from the harms of incarceration and scare them straight.
  14. is a local incarceration facility and is typically used for detention before conviction and sentences for less serious offenses, generally less than 1 year
  15. Increases in the numbers of girls and women entering the criminal justice system are a case for concern. Explain some of the gender disparities as they relate to the female offender.
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