Probation And Parole Theory And Practice 12th Edition By Abadinsky – Test Bank

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Chapter Five
Parole Administration and Services
CHAPTER OVERVIEW
This chapter examines parole administration, the two basic models of parole and parole services.
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
1. Identify the three basic services provided by a parole agency.
2. Explain the administration of parole services.
3. Discuss the two basic models for administering parole.
4. Understand how states that do not have a parole board release inmates early.
5. Discuss the qualifications for parole board members and how they are chosen.
6. Appreciate Supreme Court decisions with respect to parole release
7. Explain how parole board guidelines typically go well beyond the medical/rehabilitative
model.
8. Understand how parole board guidelines make the release decision process intelligible.
9. State the primary responsibility of institutional parole staff.
10. Appreciate why probation and parole regulations in different agencies tend to be similar.
11. Explain why an inmate has no liberty interest, but a parolee does.
12. Appreciate that parole board members do not have the total immunity.
13. Discuss the executive clemency role of parole boards.
LECTURE OUTLINE
1. Administration of Parole Services
2. Mandatory or Conditional Release
3. Parole Boards
4. Parole Board Hearings
5. Victim Participation
6. Parole Board Guidelines
7. Institutional Parole Services
8. Parole Conditions
9. Legal Decisions Affecting the Parole Board
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10. Parole Board Liability
11. Executive Clemency
LIST OF CHANGES/TRANSITION GUIDE
No major changes have been made between the 11th and the 12 th editions for Chapter 5.
ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS AND CLASS ACTIVITIES
1. Have students research the conditions of parole. Discuss why these conditions are in
place.
2. Break the class into groups and have them research different states and their use of
executive clemency. Have them provide examples where it was granted. The groups can
present this to the class.
SUGGESTED ANSWERS TO END-OF-CHAPTER ASSIGNMENTS
1. What are the three basic services provided by a parole agency?
2. Why is the administration of parole less complex than that of probation?
3. How do the two basic models for administering parole differ?
4. What are the criticisms of each of the models for administering parole?
5. How are parole board members selected?
6. What has the Supreme Court ruled with respect to inmate representation at parole release
hearings?
7. What is the primary purpose of parole guidelines?
8. What is the primary responsibility of institutional parole staff ?
9. What are the typical conditions of parole?
10. How does the liberty interest of a parolee differ from that of inmate?
11. How does the legal immunity of judges differ from that of parole board members?
12. What is the role of a parole board in executive clemency?
Answers
1. Parole release, parole supervision and executive clemency
2. It is administered centrally on a statewide basis
3. Answers will vary
4. Answers will vary
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5. Appointment by Governor
6. In most states they are not permitted
7. To reduce the importance of general criteria.
8. The preparation of reports
9. Live a law abiding life, work, support dependents
10. Answers will vary
11. Answers will vary
12. Investigates the requests

 

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