Community Corrections: W1 Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections--2nd response to Tshiasuma Tshiasuma

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Keeping in mind the positive effects of a community corrections program, and using 100 words or more, please respond to the following post. Explain whether or not you a agree or disagree with the post, and why or why not.

The following post is from your fellow classmate:

The timing of recidivism is key not only to its measurement but also to understanding the processes underlying the effects of sanctions and interventions with respect to the propensity of the individual to commit crime.

Recidivism is delineated by starting and stopping events. The starting event can be the entry into a program or the release from prison. Other criminal justice events such as starting probation or the beginning of parole also qualify as starting events.

The stopping event is typically a criminal justice action such as an arrest or revocation of supervision. Recidivism refers to both the type of stopping event (such as the arrest) and the amount of time between the starting and stopping criminal justice events (such as between entering a program and re-arrest).

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Gary_The_Expert
School: Boston College

Here you Go Buddy. :)

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