Probation and Parole : Theory and Practice
For sophomore/senior-level courses in Probation and Parole and Community Corrections.Featuring a front-line practitioner's insights based on the author's extensive experience as a senior New York State parole officer, this text exposes students to the complex, "real" world of probation and parole. Comprehensive in approach, it explores the cutting-edge of both practice and theory with regard to all aspects of adult and juvenile probation, institutions, and parole.
- Hardback | 522 pages
- 205.7 x 254 x 25.4mm | 1,202.03g
- 02 Jul 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 8th edition
Table of contents
1. Probation and Parole in Criminal Justice. I. PROBATION. 2. Probation and the Courts: History and Administration. 3. Sentencing and the Presentence Investigation. 4. Juvenile Court and Juvenile Justice. 5. Juvenile Probation, Institutions, and Aftercare. II. PAROLE. 6. American Prisons and Community-Based Corrections. 7. Parole and the Indeterminate Sentence. 8. Parole Administration and Services. III. REHABILITATION AND SUPERVISION IN PROBATION AND PAROLE. 9. Rehabilitation: Theory and Practice. 10. Probation and Parole Officers. 11. Probation and Parole Supervision. 12. Special Problems and Programs in Probation and Parole. 13. Intermediate Punishments. 14. Probation and Parole in the Twenty-First Century. References. Author Index. Subject Index.
"I obviously like this text. It is as previously stated, 'a great text.' The author's background is excellent and it is written in a manner likely to assist the reader with the stated purpose of learning." - Larry D. Andrews, Missouri Western State College"I find Professor Abadinsky's book to be a very well-written, theoretically-informed overview of probation and parole in the United States. The book's z3-year endurance is an obvious testimonial to its merits as an introductory text." - Robert P. Weiss, SUNY-Plattsburgh"The approach Abadinsky takes is great. I like the fact that he starts the text with a review-type chapter that reinforces what students should have learned in previous classes. I think his approach is very good and students will appreciate his candor." - Steve Christiansen, Green River Community College
About Donna E. Alvermann
Howard Abadinsky is professor of criminal justice at Saint Xavier University, Chicago. He was an inspector for the Cook County Sheriff's Office for eight years and a NewYork State parole officer and senior parole officer for 15 years. The author holds a B.A. from Queens College of the City University of New York, an M.S.W from Fordham University and a Ph.D. from New York University. He is the author of several books, including Organized Crime, 6th ed., Law and Justice, 5th ed., and Drug Abuse, 4th ed.