Back to the Future : From Klockars ' Model of Effective Supervision to Evidence-Based Practice in Probation

@inproceedings{Skeem2010BackTT,
  title={Back to the Future : From Klockars ' Model of Effective Supervision to Evidence-Based Practice in Probation},
  author={Jennifer Lynne Skeem and Sarah M Manchak},
  year={2010}
}
Three contemporary models of probation supervision can be differentiated, based on the extent to which they focus on protecting community safety (surveillance model), promoting offender rehabilitation (treatment model), or both (hybrid model). Hybrid models combine dual roles of controlling and caring for probationers. A quarter century ago, Klockars (1972) articulated a theory to describe how the ‘‘synthetic’’ officer reconciles these dual roles to achieve a broader base of power for behavior… CONTINUE READING

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