For courses in Introduction to Corrections, Institutional Corrections, and Crime and Punishment. Contemporary in look and feel, this leading text in corrections for over the past quarter century continues to explore the cutting edge of the corrections field. Addressing more topics in more detail than any other text of its kind, Corrections in America 10e covers everything from historical perspectives to the very latest programs and practices-carefully balancing current and past research, theories and applications, and practical examples and issues. Its clarity and well-designed learning features continue to make it a favorite with students, and its superior organization and pedagogical tools make it easy for instructors to adapt to any type of course.
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Welcome to the 10th edition of Corrections in America, the premiere text for introductory corrections for the past quarter of a century. This highly influential text introduces students to the vast field of corrections and its impact on contemporary society. Addressing more topics in more detail than any other text of its kind, it covers everything from historical perspectives to the very latest programs and practices. The newly developed critical thinking approach invigorates and stimulates learning-encouraging students to think their way through questions in preparation for real world application. Its clarity and well-designed learning features continue to make it a favorite with students, and it is the VERY first and BEST choice for instructors to adapt to any type of course. Special features and NEW material include:
The 10th edition of Corrections in America breathes new life into this growing field, continuing to capture the imagination of students more easily and offering insight into the many topics affecting corrections today.About the Author:
Harry E. Allen is Professor Emeritus in the Administration of Justice Department at San Jose State University, since 1997. Before joining San Jose State University in 1978, he served as Director of the Program for the Study of Crime and Delinquency at the Ohio State University Previously, he served as Executive Secretary of the Governor's Task Force on Corrections for the State of Ohio, after teaching at Florida State University in the Department of Criminology and Corrections.
Professor Allen is the author or co-author of numerous articles, chapters in books, essays, and textbooks, to include the first ten editions of Corrections in America with Clifford E. Simonsen; and the first three editions of Corrections in the Community, with Edward J. Latessa. He has been very active in professional associations and was the first criminologist to serve as President of both the American Society of Criminology and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. He received the Herbert Block Award for service to the American Society of Criminology and the Founder's Award for contributions to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. He is a Fellow in both the Western and American Societies of Criminology. He currently is designing and instructing online courses for the University of Louisville, where he also conducts inservice training for sworn law enforcement officers on terrorism.
Clifford E. Simonsen has broad experience in correctional and security management (military and civilian) from jails to prisons and retail loss prevention, to premises, hospitals, and even nuclear weapons sites. He has a Bachelors degree in Law Enforcement and Corrections from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, a Masters degree in Criminology and Corrections from Florida State University, and a Masters degree and Ph.D. in Criminal Justice Administration from the Ohio State University with an emphasis in correctional administration. He was awarded the Certified Protection Professional (CPP) by the Professional Certification Board of the American Society for Industrial Security and Lifetime membership by the International Society for Industrial Security for service to the profession. Dr. Simonsen commanded Criminal Investigation Detachments and conducted oversight of correctional facilities in Europe and Asia. A graduate of the Army Command and General Staff College, Industrial College of the Armed Forces (National Security), and the Army War College, he retired as a Colonel from the U.S. Army Military Police.
Dr. Simonsen has managed major high-security jails and correctional facilities that required constant monitoring of security systems and dealing with criminal and deviant behavior. He has authored or co-authored several textbooks on crime and criminal justice, to include ten editions of Corrections in America, with Harry Allen; Private Security in America: An Introduction, and Juvenile Justice in America: An Introduction, and Terrorism Today, with Jeremy Spindlove, for Prentice Hall. As President of Criminology Consultants International, his consulting firm, he has testified (defense and plaintiff) as an expert witness in many cases involving negligent security and security operational issues and torts in correctional agencies and facilities. He has taught at several universities and is presently an adjunct at City University in Renton, Washington.
Edward J. Latessa is a Professor and Head of the Division of Criminal justice at the University of Cincinnati. He received his Ph.D. in 1979 from the Ohio State University. Professor Latessa has published over seventy works in the area of criminal justice, corrections, and juvenile justice. Dr. Latessa is a consultant with the National Institute of Corrections, and he has provided assistance and workshops in over thirty-five states.
Dr. Latessa served as President of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (1989-1990). He has also received several awards, including the Simon Dinitz Research Award from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (2002); the Margaret Mead Award for dedicated service to the causes of social justice and humanitarian advancement by the International Community Corrections Association (2001); the Peter P. Lejins Award for Research from the American Correctional Association (1999); ACJS Fellow Award (1998); ACJS Founders Award (1992); and the Simon Dinitz Award by the Ohio Community Corrections Organization (1994). He is the proud father of four beautiful children.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2004. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: I. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES. 1. Early History (2000 B.C. to A.D. 1800). 2. Prisons (1800 to the Present). 3. Correctional Ideologies: The Pendulum Swings. II. THE COURT PROCESS. 4. Sentencing. 5. Appellate Review. III. ALTERNATIVES TO IMPRISONMENT. 6. Jails and Detention Facilities. 7. Probation. 8. Intermediate Sanctions. IV. CORRECTIONAL SYSTEMS. 9. Imprisonment. 10. State and Local Prison Systems. 11. The Federal System. 12. Private Sector Systems. V. CORRECTIONS FUNCTIONS. 13. Custody Functions. 14. Management and Treatment Functions. VI. INSTITUTIONAL CLIENTS. 15. Female Inmates. 16. Male Offenders. 17. Juvenile Offenders. 18. Special Category Offenders. VII. RIGHTS OF CORRECTIONAL CLIENTS. 19. Inmate and Ex-Offender Rights. 20. The Death Penalty - The Ultimate Right. VIII. REINTEGRATION SYSTEMS. 21. Parole. 22. Community Corrections. IX. A LINK TO THE FUTURE. 23. The Future of Corrections. Glossary. Index of Authors. Subject Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0131525603
Book Description Pearson Education, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: Neu. Neu Schnelle Lieferung, Kartonverpackung. Abzugsfähige Rechnung. Bei Mehrfachbestellung werden die Versandkosten anteilig erstattet. - The 10th edition of this book, popular for the last quarter century, continues to explore the cutting edge of the corrections field. Clear, well-designed, and eminently readable, it carefully balances current and past research with practical examples and issues; this book impressively includes dynamic 4-color graphs and photographs that maintain reader interest and ease understanding. It covers the latest hot topics, including incarcerated terrorist offenders, legal issues in imprisoning terrorists, federal legislation to restrict post-conviction conditions as well as conditions of confinement appeals. Other more conventional topics covered are: historical perspectives, the court process, imprisonment alternatives, correctional systems and functions, institutional clients and their rights, reintegration systems, and the future of corrections. For corrections officers, institutional employees, and others in the criminal justice system. 509 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # INF1000000771
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