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Smart Sentencing
The Emergence of Intermediate Sanctions

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Corrections/Penology

August 1992 | 368 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Alternatives to prison and incarceration are explored in this volume. The contributors discuss intensive probation supervision, electronic monitoring, home confinement, shock incarceration, day reporting centres, the use of fines, split sentencing and the controversial issues surrounding alternative punishments. In conclusion, they look at the future of intermediate sanctions considering the many questions posed by criminal justice professionals and students.
Joan Petersilia, Arthur J Lurigio and James M Byrne
Introduction
The Emergence of Intermediate Sanctions

 
 
PART ONE: INTENSIVE PROBATION SUPERVISION
Arthur J Lurigio and Joan Petersilia
The Emergence of Intensive Probation Supervision Programs in the United States
Joan Petersilia, Susan Turner and Elizabeth Piper Deschenes
Intensive Supervision Programs for Drug Offenders
 
PART TWO: HOME CONFINEMENT AND ELECTRONIC MONITORING
Marc Renzema
Home Confinement Programs
Development, Implementation and Impact

 
Terry L Baumer and Robert I Mendelsohn
Electronically Monitored Home Confinement
Does it Work?

 
Ronald K Watts and Daniel Glaser
Electronic Monitoring of Drug Offenders in California
Ronald P Corbett, Jnr and Gary T Marx
Emerging Technofallacies in the Electronic Monitoring Movement
 
PART THREE: SHOCK INCARCERATION
Doris Layton MacKenzie and Dale G Parent
Boot Camp Prisons for Young Offenders
 
PART FOUR: OTHER INTERMEDIATE SANCTIONS
Sally T Hillsman and Judith A Greene
The Use of Fines as an Intermediate Sanction
George F Cole
Monetary Sanctions
The Problem of Compliance

 
Jack McDevitt and Robyn Miliano
Day Reporting Centers
An Innovative Concept in Intermediate Sanctions

 
Edward J Latessa and Lawrence F Travis III
Residential Community Correctional Programs
Douglas C McDonald
Punishing Labor
Unpaid Community Service as a Criminal Sentence

 
J Robert Lilly
The English Experience
Intermediate Treatment with Juveniles

 
 
PART FIVE: ISSUES AND CONTROVERSY
Andrew von Hirsch
Scaling Intermediate Punishments
A Comparison of Two Models

 
Dennis J Palumbo, Mary Clifford and Zoann K Snyder-Joy
From Net Widening to Intermediate Sanctions
The Transformation of Alternatives to Incarceration from Benevolence to Malevolence

 
Robin A Robinson
Intermediate Sanctions and the Female Offender
Jody Klein-Saffran
The Development of Intermediate Punishments at the Federal Level
James M Byrne and April Pattavina
The Effectiveness Issue
Assessing What Works in the Adult Community Corrections System

 
 
PART SIX: A LOOK AT THE FUTURE
Donald Cochran
The Long Road from Policy Development to Real Change in Sanctioning Practice
Todd R Clear and James M Byrne
The Future of Intermediate Sanctions
Questions to Consider

 

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Jim Byrne

Art Lurigio

Loyola UniversityAssociate Dean for facultyProfessor of Criminal Justice & PsychologyCollege of the Arts and SciencesContact Information: Email: alurigi@luc.edu More About Author

Joan R. Petersilia

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ISBN: 9780803941656
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