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Intermediate Sanctions

I need help defining what intermediate sanctions are, their purpose in the criminal justice process, and their function as a sentencing alternative. Do you feel intermediate sanctions are an appropriate punishment? Explain your rationale.

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1. I need help defining what intermediate sanctions are, their purpose in the criminal justice process, and their function as a sentencing alternative. Do

The three parts of the CJS work together, law enforcement, the courts and the correctional agencies. For example, "law enforcement agencies are formally charged with the prevention and control of crime and respond to reports of criminal activity, investigate these reports, and make arrests then appropriate. Then, courts determine criminal charges, decide guilt of the accused, and impose criminal sanctions. Finally, correctional agencies administer these penalties through control, custody, and supervision." ...

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This solution assists in defining intermediate sanctions, their purpose in the criminal justice process, and their function as a sentencing alternative. It also discusses whether or not intermediate sanctions are an appropriate punishment. Supplemented with an informative article on the topic of intermediate sanctions. References are provided.

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