Parole, Probation, and Pardon 1
Running Head: DEFINE PAROLE, PROBATION, AND PARDON
Parole, Probation, and Pardon
Professor F. Hartnett
November 29, 2010
Parole, Probation, and Pardon 2
Describe the components of the correctional system.
There is a wide variety of people and things that are very important within the correctional system. The corrections system includes all government agencies, facilities, programs, procedures and personnel .Also there are techniques that are concerned with the intake, custody, confinement, supervision, treatment and predisposition, investigation of alleged adjudicated adult offenders, youth offenders, delinquents and status offenders.
Now after an offender has been sentenced, the correctional process begins. Those offenders are sentenced to a prison, but once in the system, they are classified according to local procedures and are assigned to confinement facilities and treatment programs.
Define Parole, Probation, and Pardon
Parole-Is the conditional release of a prison inmate after serving part of not all of his or her sentence allowing the inmate to live in the community under supervision of the parole period. The decision to grant parole is the responsibility, in a majority of states, of a board of parole or commission....