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CRMJ3010 - Community Based Corrections
Summer 2019

The course will provide a real-world view of the work of probation and parole officers. It will give an overview of the history and philosophical foundations of probation and parole in the United States. Explore the organization and operation of probation and parole agencies as particular segments of the criminal justice system: probation as part of the judicial process, and parole as part of the correctional system. Students will learn the theoretical and practical concerns exemplified in probation and parole supervision. Present the legal issues and problems in probation and parole. Students will explore determinate and indeterminate sentencing, and the issues that surround each. Various roles of probation and parole officers and a review of special programs and the relevant research in probation and parole will be explored. Finally this course will discuss trends and the direction of probation and parole in the second decade of the twentieth century
Prerequisite: CRMJ1010
3 Credits

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