True / False Questions
1. The concept of rehabilitation is the cornerstone of traditional liberal crime control policy.
2. Martinson’s report does not meet the current standards of evidence-based crime policy analysis.
3. The emphasis of probation is on treatment over supervision.
4. Both conservatives and liberals are critical of parole.
5. Intensive probation/parole supervision programs rest on a flawed assumption that increasing the intensity of supervision would enhance program effectiveness.
6. Abolishing parole is an effective crime reduction policy
7. The Manhattan Court Employment Project provided a classic example of net widening.
8. Net widening brings more people under the umbrella of the criminal justice system.
9. Evaluations of boot camps have found positive long-term changes in behaviors.
10. Passive electronic monitoring involves the use of ankle bracelets.
11. Electronic monitoring programs have only been used with traffic violation offenders.