Profiting From Probation

Profiting From Probation

America's Offender-funded Probation Industry

Book - 2014
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I. Background: why privatize probation services? -- II. Overview of the private probation industry -- III. Probation fees, financial hardship, and the poor -- IV. Ignoring offenders' inability to pay -- V. "I hope you have my money": abusive collection tactics -- VI. Where responsibility lies: companies, courts, and governments -- VII. Human rights norms and "offender-funded" probation.
Publisher: [New York] : Human Rights Watch, [2014]
ISBN: 9781623131005
Branch Call Number: 364.63 A33p
Characteristics: 72 pages ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Human Rights Watch (Organization)


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