CJ 232 : Community Based Corrections

This course is a study of probation, parole, diversion, pre-trial release, and intermediate sanctions. It is a critical analysis of the statutes and policies relating to the administration of community-based correctional programs. Specifically, this course will highlight critical issues and trends in community-based corrections as well as evaluate the practice of community corrections nationwide. Special emphasis will be placed on exploring the development of community corrections, including probation, parole, intermediate punishments, special offenders in the community, and juvenile offenders in the community.

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Program

Credits 3