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anhsu anhsu
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2 weeks ago
If technology can be shown to effectively incapacitate offenders (that is, make them unable to harm people or property), will society be willing to rely more on community supervision and less on prison? Why or why not?
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Corrections (Justice Series)


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2 weeks ago
Answers will vary but should include reference to the various types of technological incapacitation (chemical treatment, critical organ surgery, and electronic monitoring) and may include comments as to whether the public would believe punishment was harsh enough when offenders are allowed to live in the community—even under restricted movement—rather than in prison.
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2 weeks ago
Appreciate the effort, thank you!
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2 weeks ago
You're very welcome ... please mark the topic solved when you get a chance
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