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  • 1. Introduction to Corrections Chapter 7 Correctional Supervision/Treatment Programs
  • 2. CORRECTIONAL BOOT CAMPS
    • Shock Incarceration:
    • -paramilitary
    • -work
    • -PT
    • -treatment
    • -desirable traits
  • 3. CORRECTIONAL BOOT CAMPS
    • History:
    • -1983
    • -Oklahoma/Georgia
    • -mid-1990s:
    • 7,000 offenders
    • 30 states
    • FBOP
  • 4. CORRECTIONAL BOOT CAMPS
    • -Direct sentence
    • -Corrections selection
    • -90 to 180 days
    • -graduate
    • -voluntary dropout
  • 5. CORRECTIONAL BOOT CAMPS
    • Evaluating:
    • -net widening-widening the original criteria so more people are eligible
    • -post-transition-how do people transition from the rigid boot camps to daily life?
  • 6. RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS FACILITIES
    • -Live/work in community
    • -alternative to prison
    • -Residential Community Correctional Facilities
    • -fills gap prison to release
  • 7. RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS FACILITIES
    • Evaluation:
    • -greater needs by offenders
    • -more treatment available
    • -no difference in recidivism rates
  • 8. COMMUNITY DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAMS
    • Detox-getting stuff out of system
    • Therapeutic communities-residential long term facilities
    • Short term inpatient
    • Outpatient
  • 9. THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES
    • Most successful with women
    • -nursery/child care
    • -family planning
    • -personal empowerment training
  • 10. ELECTRONIC MONITORING
    • Active phone line:
    • -continuous signal
    • -500 foot radius
    • Passive phone line:
    • -computer generated call
    • Remote location:
    • -pagers
    • GPS
  • 11. ELECTRONIC MONITORING
    • Issues:
    • -net widening
    • -differential treatment-offenders pay for EM
    • -privacy
    • -self-incrimination
  • 12. HOME CONFINEMENT
    • Stay at home:
    • -curfew-limited hours
    • -home detention-leave for work
    • -home incarceration-churche/medical
  • 13. HOME CONFINEMENT
    • Advantages:
    • -cost effective
    • -still work
    • -pretrial/suspended sentence
  • 14. HOME CONFINEMENT
    • Disadvantages:
    • -differential selection
    • -criteria
  • 15. DAY REPORTING CENTERS
    • Non-residential
    • -high levels of control
    • -delivery of services
    • -kiosks
    • -computer based reporting
  • 16. DAY REPORTING CENTERS
    • Evaluation:
    • Success:
    • 66% non-violent
    • 65 % felons
    • 35% misdemeanors