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The Future of the Correctional Service

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1. Discuss the future of corrections as you see it? An option to consider may be: Will corrections become more community oriented and demand that offenders repay victims more often?
2. Will corrections become more dependent on incarceration as people tire of crime and spending money on alternative programs?
3. What about mandatory sentences? Will they become harsher, or less restrictive to allow judges more latitude?

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This solution discusses the future of the correctional service on several dimensions e.g. will corrections become more community oriented and demand that offenders repay victims more often, will corrections become more dependent on incarceration as people tire of crime and spending money on alternative programs; will they become harsher, or less restrictive to allow judges more latitude, etc. Supplemented with two highly informative articles on the future of policing and on the future of corrections.

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