|Successes & Failures Of Probation : A 5 page
the history, successes, and failures of the American
probationary system. Various examples and statistics are
included to illustrate points made. Bibliography includes three
Probation & Parole : 5 pages in
length. The writer discusses the many aspects of probation and
parole; similarities and differences, etc;. Bibliography lists 4
The Job Of A Correction Officer : A 10 page
the job of the correction officer. Issues discussed include : the
changing prison population, use of firearms by officers and no
frills facilities. Also included are facts regarding occupational
outlook, job requirements, and salary. Bibliography lists 7
What It Takes To Be A Good Probation Officer :
A 2 page essay on the qualities which make an effective
probation officer. The writer discusses these qualities with
respect to their own desire to become a probation officer. No
Revocation Of Probation Or Parole / Legal Issues :
8 pages in length. An in-depth look at legal arguments and
Supreme Court decisions concerning the issue of
probation/parole revocation and whether or not
probation/parolees should have many of the same rights as
civilians or be treated exactly like prisoners in jail. For the most
part, it is concluded that current law still mandates the
acquisition of a search warrant when looking for reasons to
make an arrest but that the terms of probable cause should
indeed be reduced due to the unique relationship that exists
between the probation/parolee and their case officer.
Bibliography lists 6 article references and several legal citations.
Intensive Supervision Programs / The Risks and Benefits :
A 20 page paper that provides an overview of the use of
intensive supervision programs as an alternative to standard
probation programs. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
The Pros and Cons of Plea Bargaining :
In this 10 page
paper, the writer discusses the pros and cons of plea bargaining
listing specific cases where plea bargaining was used to
illustrate points being made. Bibliography lists approximately
12 sources. Procplea.wps
Plea Bargaining / The Need for Change : A 5 page
which describes how the present plea bargaining system is
ineffective. A detailed proposal discusses how plea bargains
might be made more effective with certain necessary changes.
No bibliography. Bargplea.wps
Plea Bargaining : The criminal justice system is
this 6 page essay that argues plea bargaining should not be
allowed for violent criminals or sex offenders. Several notable
incidents are examined including the cases of Polly Klaus and
Megan Kanka. The plea bargaining rule is discussed also in
terms of an attorneys point of view along with possible abuses
in that area. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Pleabarg.wps
Plea Bargaining / An Overview : In 9 pages, the
an overview of plea bargaining. Plea bargaining is the pretrial
negotiation in which a defendant agrees to plead guilty to a
lesser charge when a more serious charge is the other option.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. PCpb.doc
The Economics of Incarceration : 10 pages in
author discusses the high cost of prison and argues that there are
alternatives to prison. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Incarceration In The Southwest : In 8 pages, the writer
discusses the situation of incarceration in the Southwest.
Overcrowding has lead to many problems in the prison system.
Bibliography lists 6 sources. Swincar.wps