5 edition of Reforming Community Penalties found in the catalog.
June 16, 2005
by J.C.B. Mohr (P. Siebeck)
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||184|
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[Sue Rex] -- This book sets out to explore the role of community penalties in sentencing, arguing that the absence of a strong intellectual framework or underpinning has hampered their development in policy and.
Community penalties are punishments that, in the courts' sentencing tariff, come between imprisonment and Reforming Community Penalties book. They include electronic tagging, supervised unpaid work, and compulsory participation by offenders in treatment years have seen many changes in England in the field of community penalties.
These have included the rapid development of. 'Reforming and Revitalising' is the report of the review of community penalties conducted by the Scottish Government. The report provides a summary of the issues raised by respondents during the review process as well as outlining the Government's action plan for community penalties – which will ensure that high-quality effective penalties are available for use by the courts in all.
Description 'Reforming and Revitalising' is the report of the review of community penalties conducted by the Scottish Government. The report provides a summary of the issues raised by respondents during the review process as well as outlining the Government's action plan for community penalties – which will ensure that high-quality effective penalties are available for use by the courts in.
The penal reform sector has long championed community sentences as a tool for working with people caught up in the criminal justice system and, over several decades, as a way of stemming and, it was hoped, reducing the massive increase in prison numbers.
In Novemberthe Scottish Government published Reforming and Revitalising: Report of the Review of Community Penalties which argued that there is 'scope to make greater use of community penalties in appropriate cases' (, p.7) on the basis not only that such disposals are more effective than prison at reducing reoffending, but that they.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Community service orders are imposed to reform offenders and for them to make amends to the community by performing unpaid community service under the supervision of an authorised officer.
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