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Federal parole decision-making

Federal parole decision-making

selected reprints.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Justice, U.S. Parole Commission Research Unit in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Parole -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      ContributionsUnited States Parole Commission. Research Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV9304 .F42
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <5 > ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4064234M
      LC Control Number79602040

      The New Jersey State Parole Board (SPB) works to ensure ex-prisoners return to society as law-abiding citizens. As required by law, appointed Parole Board Members and staff conduct more t hearings per year, solicit input from victims and decide parole matters. SPB sworn parole officers supervise more t offenders statewide. Parole decision-making. Important: The Parole Board of Canada (PBC) is taking measures to address COVID Find out more. How are parole decisions made? Parole decisions are made by Board members either through an in-office file review (without a hearing) or a face-to-face hearing with the offender and their parole officer.

      In an attempt to discover the major predictors of (1) selection for parole consideration and (2) parole release decision-making in one Southeastern state, this study examined the cases of The Board was re-titled the United States Parole Commission. The Act also incorporated the regions that had been established by a prior pilot project, required explicit guidelines for decision making, required written rejections, and established an appeal process. The Comprenhensive Crime Control Act of brought major changes to the Commission.

      Get this from a library! Parole bureaucracy: the decision making process of paroling authorities. [Lourenke Prozesky] -- The parole board does not administer hearings according to any structured interview schedule. Thus, hearing decisions are not routine or automatic. Furthermore, it became evident that even though. In the Decision-Making Policy Manual, the term “other location” refers to a location that provides accommodation to an offender on day parole, other than a penitentiary, community-based residential facility or provincial institution, as set out in subsection 99(1) of the CCRA.


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The mission of the U.S. Parole Commission is to promote public safety and strive for justice and fairness in the exercise of its authority to release and revoke offenders under its jurisdiction.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Federal parole decision-making. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of Justice, U.S. Parole Commission Research Unit, Federal parole decision-making book Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Federal parole decision-making.

[Washington]: U.S. Dept. of Justice, U.S. Parole Commission. Federal parole decision-making: selected reprints. [United States Parole Commission.

Research Unit.;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States Parole Commission. Research Unit. OCLC Number: Notes: Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.

Parole in Canada is the first book to explore how concerns about Aboriginality, gender, and the multicultural ideal of “diversity” have been interpreted and used to alter parole policy and practice.

Using the Parole Board of Canada as a case study, this book shows how some offender differences are selectively included in conditional release Author: Sarah Turnbull. In response to criticism of parole decision-making, the U.S.

Board of Parole devised administrative guidelines that would result in more rational decisions by parole boards. Although these guidelines were developed to structure and guide parole decisions, they were not designed to eliminate the discretion of the parole board in decision-making. parole release decisionmaking is presented in this article; and the relationship of this ap­ proach to the philosophical concerns of equity and determinacy is highlighted.

The statute governing Federal parole releas.e consideration sets forth the following criteria for parole release: (1) that an eligible prisoner has.

However, a detailed review of the empirical literature on parole release decision-making suggests that despite guidelines, parole release decisions remained irregularly applied and were primarily a function of institutional behavior, crime severity, criminal history, incarceration length, mental illness, and victim input.

Day parole (DP) gives you a chance to participate in community-based activities while serving your sentence (e.g. employment, volunteer work, studies). This will prepare you for release on full parole or statutory release. While on day parole, you must return to your community-based residential facility at the end of each day.

Federal parole practices: better management and legislative changes are needed: report to the Honorable Sam Nunn, United States Senate. Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) # Parole--Decision making\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema.

Probation and Parole Officers and Discretionary Decision-Making: Response to Technical and Criminal Violations: Download ( KB) Probation, Parole: June What Factors Affect Parole: A Review of Empirical Research: Download ( KB) Parole: June Parole System Anomie: Conflicting Models of Casework and Surveillance: Download ( The parole board plays an integral part in the reentry of offenders into the community from prison in most states; yet, little is known about the decision-making practices of this group.

"This accessible, engaging, and comprehensive book will undoubtedly become the key text on diversity within the Canadian federal parole system."―Claire Spivakovsky, author of Racialized Correctional Governance: The Mutual Constructions of Race and Criminal Justice "There's been a paucity of books addressing culture, race, and gender policy within the Canadian justice : Sarah Turnbull.

The Utilization of experience in parole decision-making: summary report / by Don M. Gottfredson [et al.] U.S. Dept. of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice [Washington, D.C.] Australian/Harvard Citation.

Gottfredson, Donald M. & United States. In today's era of judicial decision-making guidelines and determinate sentencing systems, the future prospects for parole at the federal and state levels are increasingly unclear.

The Supreme. Parole of federal prisoners began after enactme nt of legislation on J There were Part 4 contains a list of books, articles, and other materials relevant to the history of the federal parole system.

concerning parole decision making. Many of the articles were prepared by staff of. In Parole in Canada: Gender and Diversity in the Federal System, Sarah Turnbull examines how the ideal of ‘diversity’ has been interpreted and used to alter policy, practices and processes surrounding parole in Canada, with a particular focus on the Parole Board of Canada (PBC).Katelan Dunn welcomes this highly accessible text for shedding light on the ways that.

Inefficient statistics (Parole decision-making. Supplemental report) [Wilkins, Leslie T] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Inefficient statistics (Parole decision-making.

United States federal probation and supervised release are imposed at sentencing. The difference between probation and supervised release is that the former is imposed as a substitute for imprisonment, or in addition to home detention, while the latter is imposed in addition to imprisonment.

Probation and supervised release are both administered by the U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services System. The institutionalization of parole and parole decision making are approaching eighty years in this country.

Whether the paroling authority was independent or adjoined to the correctional system, composed of full- or part-time board members, its decision-making process has always been deeply rooted in subjective rationale. Just as Canada’s population has changed in the past four decades, so has its prison population.

The increasing diversity among prisoners raises important questions about how we punish those who break the law. Parole in Canada is the first book to explore how concerns about.‎Just as Canada’s population has changed in the past four decades, so has its prison population. The increasing diversity among prisoners raises important questions about how we punish those who break the law.

Parole in Canada is the first book to explore how concerns about Aboriginality, gender, and.The bulk of parole decision-making focuses almost exclusively on the discretion exercised by parole board members and the factors that affect their decisions to grant or deny parole.

The present study seeks to advance the work on parole decision-making by considering the inmate s perspective; specifically, the viewpoint of inmates whose release on parole has been denied.