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History the word, parole, derives from the french “parol” meaning “word of honor” and references prisoners of war promising not to take up arms in current conflict if released how that concept came to apply to the early release of convicted, often violent, offenders is less clear. Probation is the suspension of a convicted person’s jail or prison sentence, allowing the offender to live in the community under conditions set by the court and monitored by a probation officer. Prerelease, parole, and probation work and treatment centers $12,000–21,582 intensive probation $1,241 section 1 history of american corrections 21 another costly aspect of the prison also, the labor that could be produced in the individ- one of the reasons that the auburn and sing sing model of prisons spread was the con-gregate. Probation - the early history, which recounts the history and development of the probation service and includes reproductions of historic documents, is available from the probation boards.
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Between yearend 2012 and 2013, the adult probation population declined by about 32,200 offenders, falling to an estimated 3,910,600 offenders at yearend 2013 the adult parole population increased by about 2,100 offenders between yearend 2012 and 2013, to about 853,200 offenders at yearend 2013. Avocado history - domestication and spread of avocado fruit what scientists have learned about the history of the avocado share flipboard email print avocados, pauma valley, california david mcnew / getty images news / getty images why is the american sweet potato history connected to polynesia why it's difficult to chart banana history. The rise of america british colonisation over a period of three centuries scattered the english language to all the continents of the world but the spread of american english in the twentieth century has contributed most to the increasing number of english-speakers in the world today. Probation and parole in the united states, 2016 presents national data on adult offenders under community supervision on probation or parole in 2016, including trends in the overall community supervision population and annual changes in probation and parole populations.