Term Probation/Parole Violations Sanctions Centers
Code FF-0500.1250-650
Definition Community based facilities that provide a residential alternative to incarceration or other sanctions for offenders who have committed technical parole or probation violations (e.g., failing to report to their probation officer, changing residence without notifying their probation officer, failing a drug test or failing to abide by a curfew), but have committed no new crimes, and need more structured supervision than standard probation or parole, but less restriction than a prison. These facilities serve as an intermediate sanction between jail and probation or parole and give offenders a chance to adjust their attitudes and change their behavior so they are better able to abide by the terms of their probation once released back to the community.
Created 7/28/05
Changed 10/8/19
Use References Violation of Probation/Parole Centers
VOP Centers
See Also References Parole (FF-0500.6500)
Parole Related Crime Victim Services (FN-1900.6500)
Pre-Parole/Pre-Clemency Investigation (FJ-6250)
Probation (FF-0500.6550)
Probation/Parole Violations Reporting (FN-1700.6600)
External Classification Terms Alternative Sentencing/Supervision (NPC I03.03)
Legal, Consumer and Public Safety Services (AIRS LE-450)
Legal/Public Safety (CAN LP-450)
Rehabilitation Services for Offenders (NTE I40)
Related Concepts Organization/Facility Type
Facet Organization/Facility Type
Comments
Bibliographic References "Community Correction Punishments: An Alternative to Incarceration for Nonviolent Offenders", Marcus Nieto, May, 1996, http://www.library.ca.gov/CRB/96/08/index.html

"Sussex Violation of Probation Center", State of Delaware website, http://www.state.de.us/correct/BOCC/BOCC_CCC_sussex.shtml

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