Complete this week’s Practice Activity.
Matching exercises give you an opportunity to practice definitions and develop logical and critical thinking skills. By using such techniques as inversion, diversion, and the process of elimination, you are able to greatly increase the probability of answering questions correctly. This is an important skill to have, as it is commonly found on nearly all standardized tests and increases critical thinking.
The objective of this exercise is to understand restitution, parole, mandatory release, and parole.
Unit 9 Practice Activity
Review the details of the Fires.Complete the Unit 9 Assignment Worksheet: The Coatesville Fires Case.
Directions for Submitting Your Assignment
Save your Assignment in the following format: Last name First name Assignment. (Example: SmithJohn_Unit9_Assignment).
Submit your Assignment to the Unit 9 Assignment Dropbox by the end of Unit 9.
respond to class mate Karen:
Probation is a type of sentence given to offenders to serve in their community rather than spending time in jail. Offenders given probation can either be supervised, unsupervised, community-control, shock probation, and crime-specific types (McKenna, 2018) and acquire certain conditions the offender must abide by.
Probation should only be given to those who have committed petty crimes such as vandalism, possession of marijuana (very small amount), drunk driving if it’s their first time breaking the law. An individual who has been charged with sexual assault, molestation, or murder should not be given probation as they pose a threat to society. Although, McKenna (2018) states that crime-specific types probation may be given to sex offenders. What is done here is that the government installs a monitoring software to track what the offenders do on his computer. I would not argue if this type of probation is given to sex offenders after they have served their time in prison.