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Alternatives to Imprisonment

Acknowledgements The Handbook on Alternatives to Imprisonment was prepared for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) by Dirk van Zyl Smit, Professor of Comparative and International Penal Law, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, formerly Professor of Criminology and Dean of ...

Imprisonment and Reoffending

115 2009 byTheUniversity of Chicago. All rights reserved. 0192-3234/2009/0038-0005$10.00 DanielS. Nagin, Francis T. Cullen, andCheryl Lero Jonson Imprisonment and Reoffending ABSTRACT Imprisonment is the most severe punishment in democratic societies ex-ceptforcapital punishment, which is used ...

Data and Methods

The Effect of Black Male Imprisonment on Black Child Poverty 1 Pamela E. Oliver, Gary Sandefur, Jessica Jakubowski, and James E. Yocom University of Wisconsin-Madison Abstract From the early 1980s through 2000, the number and the percentage of African American men in prison skyrocketed.

Raceand Class Inequalityin U. S. Incarceratio

imprisonment, it was argued, official criminal-ity attached not just to individual offenders, but to whole social groups defined by their race, age, and class (Garland 2001a:2).

The Imprisonment Binge

Chapter1 The Imprisonment Binge A mericahas undergonea massive imprisonment "binge."Between 1980and 2000, the country'sprison populations increased fivefold.

imprisonment: an expanding scene

imprisonment: an expanding scene Rod Morgan and Alison Liebling The aim of this chapter is to examine five questions. What are the social forces associated with the emergence and use ofimprisonment?

UNLAWFUL IMPRISONMENT FIRST DEGREE (E Felony) PENAL LAW 135 ...

1 See Penal Law § 135.00(1). 2 See Penal Law § 15.05(1) . UNLAWFUL IMPRISONMENT FIRST DEGREE (E Felony) PENAL LAW 135.10 (Committed on or after Sept. 1, 1967) The _____ count is Unlawful Imprisonment in the First Degree.

Tracking the Causes and Consequences of Racial Disparities in ...

-1-Tracking the Causes and Consequences of Racial Disparities in Imprisonment Pamela E. Oliver Marino A. Bruce A proposal to the National Science Foundation, August 2001 The project has two goals.

Tax Free Wrongful Imprisonment Recoveries - 02/21/11

Tax-Free Wrongful Imprisonment Recoveries By RobertW. Wood Call it false imprisonment, wrongful conviction, wrongful incarceration, or another name.

Imprisonment and Infant Mortality

Imprisonment and Infant Mortality . Christopher Wildeman . University of Michigan . Population Studies Center Research Report 09-692 . November 2009 . Revised May 2010