$30.00 Compare and contrast jails and prisons.
A total of 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you compare and contrast jails and prisons. Be sure to answer each question separately:
Q1:Identify the four types of prisons.
Q2:Explain the concept of prison as a total institution.
Q3:Explain why jails play an important role in the criminal justice system.
Q4:The role of community based corrections programs associated with jails and prisons
Q5:Violent behavior (among prisoners, between inmates and staff, strategies for responding to violent behavior)
Q6:Parole as a concept for jails and prisons, and accompanying conditions
Q7:Role of truth-in-sentencing
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A+ Paper comparing Jails and Prisons with references
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Preview: ... ines felons convicted of federal crimes and houses defendants in Federal jails in several large cities. At one time the federal system was considered the model for state systems but was plagued with many of the same problems state systems had in recent years.Prisons are primarily operated by state governments, although the Federal Bureau of Prisons runs prisons that confine federal offenders. On May 14, 1930 The Federal Bureau of Prisons was established in an act of congress signed into law by President Hoover. This was an office established within the federal justice department, used to centrally manage all the federal prisons. The First U.S. penitentiary was the old military prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas which began housing federal prisoners in 1895.A prison is a tool used to confine felons that have sentences of longer than a year. There are three large cities that operate their own county jails, and prisons in several states that now hold felons serving long sentences.Jails on the other hand hold defend ...
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