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Selective Incapacitation

Donald Hanks

Selective Incapacitation

by Donald Hanks

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Vantage Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criminology,
  • Sociology,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10468912M
    ISBN 100533092914
    ISBN 109780533092918
    OCLC/WorldCa25468680

    Section V estimates the potential impacts of selective incapacitation policies. The final section summarizes what the authors think they have learned about selective incapacitation and suggests the kind of research that remains to be done. Related Products. Report. Report. Survey of Prison and Jail Inmates: Background and Method.   Blumstein A () Selective incapacitation as a means of crime control. Am Behav Sci – Google Scholar Blumstein A, Cohen J, Nagin D () Deterrence and incapacitation: estimating the effects of criminal sanctions on crime rates.

    Selective-incapacitation research, then, can be seen as an amalgamation and repackaging of previously existing criminological and criminal-justice research. Selective incapacitation has become more palatable in the current pragmatic atmosphere surrounding sentencing. SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. SAGE Reference The complete guide for your research journey. SAGE Navigator The essential social sciences literature review tool. SAGE Business Cases Real world cases at your fingertips. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people.

    This report describes the results of a research project designed to determine the potential benefits of selective incapacitation. The data for this research consist of a survey administered to approximately 2, male prison and jail inmates in three states--California, Michigan, and Texas. They also include information from official records for the prison inmates. the selective reading is book of kids Asked in History of the United States, World War 1, The Washington Post Define Selective Service Act? What is selective incapacitation?


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Get this from a library. Selective incapacitation. [Peter W Greenwood; Allan F Abrahamse; National Institute of Justice (U.S.); Rand Corporation.] -- This report describes the results of a research project designed to determine the potential benefits of selective incapacitation.

The data for this research consist of a survey administered to. Kathleen Auerhahn is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University. Her research interests include the ethics and efficacy of selective incapacitation and sentencing policy reform generally, explaining disparities in the adjudication and sanctioning process, and the development of innovative uses of research methods to further understanding of social Cited by: Selective Incapacitation and Public Policy: Evaluating California's Imprisonment Crisis (SUNY series in New Directions in Crime and Justice Studies) Paperback – October 9, by Kathleen Auerhahn (Author) › Visit Amazon's Kathleen Auerhahn Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: Selective Incapacitation Hardcover – October 1, by Donald Hanks (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover, October 1, Author: Donald Hanks. Incapacitation: Collective v Selective. Reduces future crime; deprives criminal future opportunity to commit crime.

Deterrence tries to affect choice, incapacitation denies choice all together. Can't rob banks while you're in jail. But, once prisoner is released, able to rob again. Selective incapacitation is a corrections strategy that seeks to protect society and save limited corrections resources by incarcerating only those offenders who pose the greatest threat to society.

Threat is equated with quality and quantity of Selective Incapacitation book offenses and likelihood of re‐offending. Incapacitation David Carter. Incapacitation. Rooted in the concepts of banishing individuals from society, incapacitation is the removal of an individual (from society), for a set amount of time, so as they cannot commit crimes (in society) for an amount of time in.

Part II: Incapacitation and Dangerousness. Selective Incapacitation. Dangerousness. Assessing the Level of Dangerousness in the Criminal Justice System. Part III: Evaluating the Past, Choosing the Future.

Modeling the California Criminal Justice System, Part. Start studying Incapacitation Types. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Phrases like “collective incapacitation” can have different definitions, depending on the context or background topic.

We can explore general meanings or specific meanings. In a general sense, we can evaluate the two words “collective” and “incapa. “Selective Incapacitation?” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, v ().

Pollock, Joycelyn M. Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice. 7th ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Cengage Learning, This example Selective Incapacitation Essay is published for educational and informational purposes only. This book is the first comprehensive assessment of incapacitation.

Zimring and Hawkins show the increasing reliance on restraint to justify imprisonment, analyze the existing theories on incapacitation's effects, assess the current empirical research, report a new study, and explore the links between what is known about incapacitation and what.

Selective incapacitation is the practice of separating, usually through imprisonment or another form of confinement, some criminal offenders from the noncriminal members of society.

It differs from strict (or general) incapacitation, a method of assigning penalties that is rigid. Participation high & frequency is low, selective incapacitation won't work well & participation low & frequency is high, selective incapacitation has great potential Gottferdson & Hirschi's Critique Based on the Age-Crime Curve.

incapacitation and deterrence (Levitt ; Marvell and Moody ), and tries to estimate the total crime reduction associated with increased incarceration without distinguishing between incapacitation and deterrent effects (Donohue and Siegelmanp.

Selective Incapacitation and Public Policy: Evaluating California's Imprisonment Crisis; Kathleen Auerhahn; ; Book; Published by: State University of New York Press; Series: SUNY series in New Directions in Crime and Justice StudiesCited by:   He distinguishes between "collective incapacitation," (addressed in Chapter 6), where the focus is on the crime-control effects, due to incapacitation, of the present criminal justice system, and "selective incapacitation," (addressed in Chapter 7), where the focus is on efforts to increasingly target specific types of : $ COVID Resources.

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The use of incapacitation as a justification for punishment can be inherently problematic in both theory and practice.

First, incapacitative sentences such as the three-strikes principle effectively repunish individuals for previous crimes. Alterna-tively, sentences based on selective incapacitation punish individuals for crimes not yet committed.

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To the Editor: ''Making Punishment Fit Future Crimes,'' Tamar Lewin's article on selective incapacitation in your Nov. 14 Week in Review, does a credible job of outlining several of the issues.Selective Incapacitation and Public Policy: Evaluating California's Imprisonment Crisis - Ebook written by Kathleen Auerhahn.

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Read "Selective Incapacitation and the Serious Offender A Longitudinal Study of Criminal Career Patterns" by Rudy Haapanen available from Rakuten Kobo. And if thy right hand offend thee, cut it off, and cast it from thee; for it is profitable for thee that one ofthy membe Brand: Springer New York.