West/Wadsworth, 1999 - Alternatives to imprisonment - 382 pages
This book focuses on all forms of corrections and correctional facilities outside of jails and prisons, from traditional incarceration programs to the most current programs such as electronic monitoring, house arrest, day-treatment, bootcamp and fines. A traditional and balanced approach, this new edition reflects a stronger emphasis on the legal matters related to alternative corrections.
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