CRJ 303 WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT.DOC

CRJ 303 WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT

A Comparison: A Difference between Jails and Prisons

CRJ 303 – Corrections

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                             

Introduction

It is a fact that peopleview corrections from someone outside looking in scope; unless they have truly endured the same unpleasant experience to be on the same side. Government officials, the media, local public servants, as well as the public tend not to ascertain between a jail and a prison. Whereasa finaltargetis comparable, all paths leading to that target are exceedingly contrasting.

There are many disciplines that fall beneath the corrections bracket along with the incarceration, and if awarded, probation, then community corrections, followed by parole. Extensively, the areas noted are obligated to supervise all personsthroughout the criminal justice System (Shenson, Dubler, Michaels, 2009). Associates of the American Correctional Association all work in succession to enhanceparticular disciplinesby distributing ideas and voicing their personal history. Nonetheles
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