Parole Probation Parole/Probation The Hypothetical Term Paper


I: What do you feel is lacking in this process of parole and probation and how would one improve this?

P.O: There have been many programs devised to make this process effective and recently Reintegrating Alternatives Personal Program (RAPP) was devised to reduce the recidivism rate even further. When a parolee is released back into the community, he faces a lot of problems including his transition from the prison back to his family and home. Many families do not accept the person back and this increases his chance to get back to the crime world. Further offices, companies, firms etc. are reluctant in hiring a parolee and would prefer a free individual to work for them. They do not trust a parolee and think it is unsafe for a parolee to move around in their institution and interact with other staff members. This program that I have mentioned actually helps...


They help him build a relationship with his family and also help him secure a job. It is really important that a parolee finds a lawful means to earn money because if he does not then the chances for him to get back to the crime world increases. The process of parole should not be restricted to release the parolee and monitoring him but should include in aiding and helping him with whatever problem he has. This has to be adopted widely and I believe that it would surely reduce the recidivism rate.
I: Thank you for your time, you have indeed helped us to understand the who concept of parole

P.O: Thank you for having me here, it was indeed a pleasure.

Sources Used in Documents:


1) Ronald L. Goldfarb and Linda R. Singer. "After Conviction" (New York, Simon & Schuster, 1973) p. 183.

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