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Elements Of Recidivism


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Elements of Recidivism Recidivism is a tendency to relapse into a previous condition or mode of behavior, especially a relapse into criminal Behavior. ... There are many factors that are involved in the high rate of recidivism. ... So in addition, unemployment is another element of recidivism. ... Poverty, unemployment,&#...

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Sex Offender


Word Count: 1350Approx Pages: 5Has Bibliography

Treatment for Sex Offenders: Does it Reduce Recidivism? Treatment for Sex Offenders: Does it Reduce Recidivism? Does treatment reduce recidivism in sex offenders? ... Karl Hanson"s, Predicting Relapse: A Meta-Analysis of Sexual Offenders Recidivism Studies, 61 follow-up studies identified the factors strongly relating to...

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Boot Camps


Word Count: 2795Approx Pages: 11Has Bibliography

They are also designed to reduce recidivism and rising prison costs. ... They are also designed to reduce recidivism and rising prison operating costs. ... It was adopted into civilian corrections from a military model because the military"s recidivism rate was much lower than the national average (Haasenritter, 63). ... In February ...

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The Long Process of Treating Sex Offenders


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Overall, treatment for juvenile offenders gears towards rehabilitation over punitive methods, as it is presumed to warrant more beneficial outcomes in the overall reduction of recidivism. ... In addition, public registries create additional issues for juvenile offenders, as they may be denied some housing services, or services of which they may benefit from to&...

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Juveniles and the Death Penalty


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The primary purpose of the juvenile justice system is to hold juvenile offenders accountable for delinquent acts while providing treatment, rehabilitation, and programs designed to prevent recidivism. ...

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Effectiveness of Missouri’s Department of Corrections Drug R


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Since the programs" implementation nearly 10 years ago, Missouri"s recidivism rates have decreased considerably. ... These programs should serve as a model for other states combating recidivism. ... Since the programs" inception, Missouri"s recidivism rates have decreased considerably; for this reason, it should be considered a model ...

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Female Recidivisim


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The lack of addressing the special needs of female offenders is a predictor for recidivism. ... Summery Prior studies exploring recidivism have documented specific inmate characteristics. Yet, female recidivism has not acquired as much attention as have studies of male recidivism. Furthermore, some of the previous tools used to attempt to measure th...

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Comparison Of Three Articles


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This study examines the teen court of Dona Ana County, New Mexico, including its processes and recidivism rates. ... The recidivism rates were found to be affected by, gender, age, the presence of a prior referral, whether the youngster completed the teen court program, who the juvenile lived with and the severity of the jury sentence. &...

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comparison of 3 articles


Word Count: 2159Approx Pages: 9

This study examines the teen court of Dona Ana County, New Mexico, including its processes and recidivism rates. ... The recidivism rates were found to be affected by, gender, age, the presence of a prior referral, whether the youngster completed the teen court program, who the juvenile lived with and the severity of the jury sentence. &...

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Problem Solving Courts


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A look at forty-two completed studies on adult drug courts showed thirty-seven studies had lower recidivism rates among d...

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Incarceration Sentences


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Given this fact and given that keeping these known criminals in jail could prevent these subsequent crimes, why are we continuing to parole those who we know to be likely to contribute to the recidivism rate? ... Another program that works to combat high recidivism rates in parolees is the Electronic Monitoring/Home Confinement Program (EM/HC). &#...

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Intermediate Sanctions in Society


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Early uses of intensive supervision utilized the approach that with smaller caseloads a probation officer would be able to increase client contact and this in turn would result in a decrease in recidivism. ... Variations of intensive supervision can make it difficult to determine if it is effective way of reducing recidivism. ... Over the years boot camps ...

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Prison Overcrowding


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Recidivism 1. ... Lowering recidivism 1. ... Courts are swamped, and prisons are overcrowded, recidivism remains high, which leads to public discontent in the judicial system. ... Convicted drug users need help; this is the philosophy of drug courts in Miami who have succeeded in lowering the recidivism rate. ...

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Corrections


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Out of all the correctional approaches, rehabilitation is the most effective approach to reduce recidivism. ... The level of recidivism of the offenders treated measures the effectiveness of a rehabilitation program. ... Moral Reconation tries to improve criminal offenders moral reasoning to reduce their delinquent behavior, thus also reducing recidivism. ... (L...

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Juvenile Deliquency


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These programs incorporate family and outside activities to prevent recidivism. ... The results from these studies has proven that there is a benefit in the attempt to predict chronic juvenile delinquents and the ability to provide alternative methods of intervention based on the individual"s risk level establishes a basis for the researchers to continue to explore...

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Juvenile Delinquency Rates


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By examining such factors as juvenile arrest rates, juveniles in custody, juvenile recidivism rates, and violent crime index offenses committed by juveniles, it is apparent that these are accurate explanations. ... Several recent studies indicate that juveniles who are tried in criminal court have up to 150% greater recidivism rates after release than juveniles...

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What faith can do


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Prison officials say recidivism rates are reduced to one in four (Chachere, 3). ... But, it believes that the evaluation of recidivism rates is meaningless if only some programs are included (Perkins, 1). They believe recidivism should be measured for all programs and for all self-selected control groups whose individuals do not participat...

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Corrections: The Shawshank Redemption


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The issue of prisonization is a major factor affecting the recidivism rates of ex-convicts. ... A growing interest can be observed regarding inmate recidivism and prevention strategies. ... The less isolated the inmate becomes from outside social life, the easier it will be for him/her to reintegrate back into society, thus decreasing the ...

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Moving Toward Determinate Sentencing


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This author will examine whether mandatory sentencing from a criminal justice standpoint, reduce recidivism, and work for the capricious degrees of crimes. ... The recidivism rates of the federal supervisor release system are somewhat different from offenders under federal parole system because it operates national. ...

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Drugs and Crime


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Use federal tax dollars to fund these therapeutic communities in prisons. I feel that if we teach these prisoners some self-control and alternative lifestyles that we can keep them from reentering the prisons once they get out. I am also going to describe some of today"s programs that have proven to be very effective. Gottfredson and Hirschi develop...

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Education for Lower Income Families


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The recidivism rate rises and rises because of the lack of education: educating on the importance of an education to those who have lost belief in education, and educating those not aware of the ignorance which has arisen from a lack of education. ...

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prisoner at work


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Participants in FPI (Federal Prison Industries) have a recidivism rate about 20 percent lower than the general prison population. The great decrease in recidivism alone makes this program worthwhile. ...

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Babies in Prison: Should Never Have Been


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It should also be mentioned, that the recidivism rate among the mothers whom participated in the program, is low. ... The rationalization that this type of program will lower the recidivism rate does not reign over the security characteristics of prison life. ...

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Gender Violence


Word Count: 1980Approx Pages: 8

Arthur John Shawcross was born to Corporal Arthur Roy and Bessie Shawcross two months early on June 6, 1945 in Maine. Bessie took her son Arthur back to her sister-in-laws in Watertown, New York until her husband finished his military service. The family settled in Watertown along with many relatives, and the area where they lived was renamed...

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Four Primary Justifications for Criminal Punishment


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Consider the criminal that is of low economic status with no education, which also has the highest rate of recidivism. ...

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