4 edition of Intensive probation supervision found in the catalog.
Intensive probation supervision
United States. General Accounting Office
by The Office, The Office [distributor in Washington, D.C, Gaithersburg, MD (P.O. Box 6015, Gaithersburg 20884-6015)
Written in English
|Other titles||Crime-control and cost-saving effectiveness., Crime control and cost saving effectiveness.|
|Statement||General Accounting Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
The Illinois Intensive Probation Supervision Program (IPS) was established in It was one of several probation improvement efforts authorized by the Illinois General Assembly and signed into law by Governor James Thompson during At that time, the State of Illinois was faced by a prison overcrowding problem of large proportions that. Get this from a library! New dimensions in probation: Georgia's experience with Intensive Probation Supervision (IPS). [Billie S Erwin; Lawrence A Bennett; National Institute of Justice (U.S.)].
J.M. Byrne, 'The future of intensive probation supervision and the new intermediate sanctions, Crime and Delinquency, 36, , Google Scholar | SAGE Journals | ISI B.S. Erwin, ' Old and new tools for the modern probation officer ', Crime and Delinquency, 36, 61 - 74, The intermediate punishments discussed in this book include intensive community supervision, home confinement, and electronic surveillance. Intensive supervision and home confinement may be used as a joint or independent sanctions; electronic surveillance is a method of enforcing curfews or extended periods of home : $
Georgia program of intensive probation supervision" (New York Times , p. 12). Other states moved quickly to adopt the "Georgia model," and by jurisdictions in every state had instituted ISP programs for adult offenders (U.S. General Accounting Office ).1 Some of the newer. The driving while intoxicated intensive supervision program (DWI ISP) consists of four day phases transitioning from intensive to minimum supervision. Phases may be extended based on non-compliance with program expectations. Participants in the DWI ISP work closely with probation officers to develop a case plan.
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The Intensive Supervision Unit is charged with the duty of monitoring probationers designated as high-risk offenders and assisting them in making positive changes in their lives. High risk is determined by completing a validated assessment tool.
Intensive Probation Supervision: Mixed Effectiveness in Controlling Crime: Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Crime and Criminal Justice, Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives. United States. General Accounting Office.
Preview this book. Summary and Keywords Intensive Supervision Probation (ISP) is a form of community supervision that employs smaller caseloads, more frequent contacts, and a variety of other mechanisms to increase the level of surveillance and control for those on criminal : Geoffrey C.
Barnes, Jordan M. Intensive probation supervision book Hyatt. Intensive supervision probation did not decrease the frequency or seriousness of new arrests but did increase the incidence of technical violations and jail terms.
Stepped-up surveillance and frequent drug tests increased incarceration rates and drove up program and court costs compared with routine by: Intensive supervision programs (ISP) have proliferated in the past decade.
They generally emphasize reduced caseloads, close surveillance, urinalysis testing, treatment, and employment. The RAND Corporation, in a randomized field experiment, evaluated a national ISP demonstration project in fourteen jurisdictions in nine states.
The programs were implemented well, particularly with respect to Cited by: Beginning in the early 's, intensive supervision probation was increasingly viewed as a popular sentencing alternative to conventional probation and incarceration for specific types of high‐risk offenders.
Evaluations of intensive probation however, have raised doubts about its effectiveness in reducing recidivism among high‐risk by: 5. According to the Cook County, Illinois Court website, intensive probation supervision was established there in as a prison diversion program for high-risk or some violent offenders.
Eligibility However, there is a limit to the prior history of violence an offender may have in his record. Probationers are required by statute to be employed, to submit their paychecks to Intensive Probation Supervision, and to complete a certain number of community restitution hours each month.
A probationer who successfully completes the rigorous IPS Program is then graduated to Standard Probation. Intensive probation at the Day Reporting Center (DRC) emphasizes strict offender supervision.
The DRC--a non-residential program--develops job skills and provides chemical dependency counseling, education and behavior modification. intensive supervised probation a method of supervising offenders more intensively compared with standard probation;usually involves more face-to-face contacts with clients, more frequent drug/alcohol checks, electronic monitoring.
Intensive supervision in probation and aftercare. In The re-emergence of correctional intervention (pp. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: /n6.
Intensive supervision involves special programmes for offenders on this sentence that can be accessed for up to two years. There may be more special conditions imposed on someone under intensive supervision and they could have requirements like frequently reporting to a probation officer.
intensive supervision program (intensive probation supervision) (IPS) offender supervision program with low officer-to client ratio, close supervision, frequent drug and alcohol checks, and random visits at one's home or work; may include electronic monitoring and/or home confinement.
Intensive supervision probation was implemented in the s. The original idea was for officers to have smaller caseloads so that offenders could be monitored more closely however, in the s probation departments experienced. If the nature of the offense and the prior criminal history of the offender indicate that the offender should be included in an intensive probation program pursuant to supreme court guidelines for intensive probation, the adult probation officer may recommend to the court that the offender be granted intensive probation.
Intensive Supervised Probation (ISP) ISP is a form of release into the community that emphasizes close monitoring of convicted offenders and imposes rigorous conditions on that release, such as the following. The Intensive Probation unit consists of selected officers who closely supervise felony offenders whom the court would most likely send to prison if it were not for this program.
Skip to Main Content EMERGENCY ALERT UPDATED COURT OPERATIONS AND COVID EMERGENCY MEASURES. GAO evaluated Arizona's intensive probation supervision program (IPS), focusing on: (1) IPS ability to control criminal behavior; and (2) whether intensive supervision was a cost-saving alternative to found that: (1) in the two Arizona counties studied, the standard probation, prison, and IPS groups showed few differences in gender, ethnicity, or education, but they did.
The Intensive Unit consists of four Probation Officers and one Supervisor. Offenders are typically high-risk offenders that require very close supervision. They are placed into the Intensive Unit by court order. Caseloads in this unit are smaller to allow for more concentrated supervision with a major emphasis on weekly reporting.
Adult Probation > Intensive Probation Services: This division supervises higher risk offenders who are primarily diverted from prison. It is a highly structured program designed to provide maximum control while assisting the offender to alter negative behavior patterns.
Behavior is monitored through frequent home and work site visits, referrals. Adult Intensive Supervision PAGE: 2 of 2 SUBJECT: Case Plans CURRENT VERSION EFFECTIVE DATE: DISCUSSION: The case plan shall be written in such a manner that it serves as a map or guide for the supervision process, and it shall be based on the domain needs noted by the risk/needs assessment.
A client shall be.The Maricopa County Juvenile Probation Department is responsible for the effective and efficient provision of juvenile justice services. Our administration and delivery of services aligns with and supports the Strategic Agenda of the Arizona Courts and recidivism reduction and youth well-being through the application of evidenced-based practices.Formal, Post-Adjudication Juvenile Probation Services Juvenile probation is the supervision and monitoring of justice-involved youth in the community, rather than placement out of the home.
Youths on probation must comply with the terms and conditions of probation imposed by the court (Nieto, ). It is the most common juvenile courtFile Size: KB.