Modern Electronic Supervision vs. Incarceration

monitoring-1305045_1280This article (book chapter) has broader application than the title would suggest because it seems to be about a lot more than just electronic monitoring. The author argues that the data strongly recommends shifting a large segment of the jail and prison population to non-incarceration correctional choices.

James Byrne on Smart Sentencing Revisited Research on Electronic Monitoring

Courtesy of James M. Byrne, Professor, School of Criminology and Justice Studies, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, a chapter in Blomberg, Thomas, Julie Mestre Brancale, Kevin Beaver, and Bales, William, Editors ( forthcoming) Advancing Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy (Routledge Publishers)

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