concerns and attitudes of probation officers a study of perceptions, by Leonard Crispino, Nancy Mulvihill and Sally Rogers. by Leonard Crispino

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Published by Ministry of Correctional Services in [Toronto] .

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  • Probation officers -- Ontario

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Cover title. Bibliography: p. 44-45.

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ContributionsMulvihill, Nancy, Rogers, Sally, Ontario. Ministry of Correctional Services
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Paginationiv, 52 p. graphs. ;
Number of Pages52
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Open LibraryOL21187512M

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Overall, police officers did not appear to express concerns about becoming more like probation officers—their role identification and satisfaction seemed less fluid than probation officers. While there were obviously some probation officers who appeared more comfortable with a law enforcement orientation, it appeared that other officers were Cited by: Similar difficulties arose when Hart searched the Yellow Pages of the local phone book for the names and addresses of all the temporary employment agencies in the community.

Told by his supervisor that he would not be allowed to post it, he asked for permission to distribute copies of the list to the other probation and parole officers.

Another dilemma discussed concerns the sensitizing of staff to racism, with the paradoxical result that the discussion of racist language and attitudes is itself inhibited.

David Smith’s critique (Chapter 2) of anti-racist teaching by probation officers to groups of white offenders is based on the view that it does not address issues of Author: Ian Duncan.

A survey of parole officers and supervisors from 20 parole offices was conducted to determine whether agencies that employ officers with distinctly enforcement-oriented attitudes are more likely.

CECybrary. ProQuest Database. Allentown Business School, Center Valley, PA. 7 July This study was an assessment of concerns and attitudes of probation officers book role preferences of probation and parole officers and the conflict between control and treatment. It was determined that organizational philosophy is a determinate on officers' attitudes and preferences/5(3).

Between and the U.S. prison population grew by: a. percent. percent. percent. percent. Early studies found that police officers tended to adhere to principles of isolation and distrust of the public (Westley,Wilson, ).

Police officers' attitudes toward the public had improved during the era of problem- and community-oriented policing (Hayeslip and Cordner,McElroy et al.,Skogan and Hartnett, ).Cited by: The book also covers the governance of probation and how policy and practice are responding to contemporary concerns about crime and community safety – for example through the management of risk.

Although the main focus is on England and Wales, there is some discussion of other UK jurisdictions and of contemporary trends in European probation. -Other critics contend that it is the police socialization process that plays a critical role in promoting racist attitudes and cultural insensitivity among serving officers.

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Criminal justice clients also tend to have characteristics that affect treatment. Officers’ Concerns about Victimization and Safety The authors examined the attitudes of judges, prosecutors, public defenders, and probation/parole officers regarding the quality U.S.

Probation/Pretrial Officers’ Concerns About Victimization and Safety Training juveniles above it. As will be shown, these overrides are frequent, and probation officers vary in their propensity to detain juveniles.

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The primary value of probation officers is to supervise their charges and ensure that they are meeting the terms of ision of the clients is a key way of keeping the community protected. Attitudes and Decisions of Probation Officers presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Dallas, Texas.

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Adam Gelb, director of the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Public Safety Performance Project, cites similar issues in other parts of the system, like probation. In total, probation officers are responsible for more t adults juveniles.

Supervision services are offered for adult and juvenile offenders. Adult probationers have the opportunity to serve their sentence in the community under the supervision of a probation officer as alternative to sentencing and incarceration.

Probation Officers and Family Justice Counsellors in the province of British Columbia number approximately In addition to generic occupational stressors, in this profession, we have unique stresses in our workplace environments due to exposure to.

John Deering’s research monograph, Probation Practice and the New Penology: Practitioner Reflections, provides a fascinating and underexplored area of research that begins to bridge a much-needed chasm between debates about probation practice and contemporary criminological on a series of 51 in-depth interviews with staff working across two different probation areas, this book Author: Simon Green.

Probation and parole officers have the unique opportunity to follow family violence offenders closely and expedite offender accountability by bringing violations back before the court or paroling authority for increased supervision, other intermediate sanctions, and/or incarceration (National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, ).

Association of Probation Officers (Napo) and probation staff speaking out on social media such as Twitter (although they have since been barred from expressing their dismay (Travis, d)). In addition to this, representatives of Probation Trusts have outlined their concerns about the reforms in local newspapers, Police and CrimeFile Size: KB.

probation officers work with youth and help guide them down this path, moral reasoning and pro-social skills are being developed and resulting in competency development. Implementing MI in a probation department represents a shift from traditional practice and requires a.

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This literature review will discuss the research relevant to interactions between police and youth. Topics in this review include the prevalence of police–youth interactions, factors that influence such.

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vided probation officers with improved op­ the clients' perceptions of probation and to explore their concerns. Each subject was asked to describe his probation experience, and to respond to an munity attitudes, program development in the. The conditions of confinement in today’s prisons and jails have many of the same characteristics that were of concern to the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research (NCPHSBBR) some 30 years ago (see Appendix B).

Yet important new factors have emerged that require consideration. The correctional population has expanded more than. This book is a collection of essays by a unique group of authors about the political destruction of the probation service in England and Wales. All of them are probation officers turned academics, with a collective scholarly output that is both prodigious and distinguished.

Law enforcement officers must safeguard the public’s trust to perform their jobs effectively. Because ethical conduct greatly impacts public trust, law enforcement agencies must closely examine their policies, reward systems, and training to ensure that their agency fosters a culture of firm ethical values.

Instead of expecting that officers.measures are enforced. The probation service has been criticised by the Home Secretary, following inspections and audits, for inconsistent breach practice. As part of the drive for improvement, new National Standards will take effect on 1st April One of the standards will be tightened, requiring probation officers to warn offenders under.This was a qualitative, exploratory study that focused on three research questions: 1) what is the lived experience of experienced probation officers who are coping well with change, 2) what are the self-sustaining strategies probation officers use to cope well with on-going change in their work life, what hindered them from doing well, and were there things that would have been helpful but Author: Vivian Dzedzora.

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