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Changes in Sentencing Policy: Sentencing Policy Changes in Response to Residential Burglary Offenders

Graves, Maria
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Portland State University Capstone Forum

With overtaxed correctional facilities, both in terms of budgets and space, and the prevalence of residential burglary in the United States alternatives to traditional sentences must be considered. Restorative justice practices can not only have a greater impact upon the offender, but also show promise in helping to alleviate some of the emotional injury that is suffered by residential burglary victims. (excerpt)


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