CORRECTIONS IN THE 21ST CENTURY9th Edition
Part 1 Introduction to Corrections
CHAPTER 1: Corrections: An Overview
CHAPTER 2: Corrections Today: Evidence-Based Corrections and Professionalism
CHAPTER 3 Sentencing: To Punish or to Reform?
Part 2 Community Corrections
CHAPTER 4: Probation: How Most Offenders Are Punished
CHAPTER 5: Intermediate Sanctions and Community Corrections: Between Probation and Incarceration
Part 3 Institutional Corrections
CHAPTER 6: Jails: Way Stations Along the Justice Highway
CHAPTER 7: Prisons Today: Change Stations or Warehouses?
CHAPTER 8: Parole: Early Release and Reentry
Part 4 The Prison World
CHAPTER 9: The Staff World: Managing the Prison Population
CHAPTER 10: The Inmate World: Living Behind Bars
CHAPTER 11: The Legal World: Prisoners’ Rights
CHAPTER 12: Special Prison Populations: Prisoners Who Are Substance Abusers, Who Have HIV/ AIDS, Who Are Mentally Challenged, and Who Are Elderly
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