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Sharing the Credit, Sharing the Blame: Managing Political Risks in Electrically Monitored House Arrest: A Reprint from “Federal Probation”
The electronic monitoring of prisoners in their ow

 
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By James L. Walker (au)
Year: 1990
Pages: 5
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1428988416

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The electronic monitoring of prisoners in their own homes is operational throughout the world. It is used in a variety of contexts with mixed results & varied reviews & will clearly remain as a potential tool of corrections in the future. This article provdes an analysis of electronically monitored house arrest (EMHA) through the use of a brief case study from Montgomery County, OH, which has begun experimenting on a very limited basis with house arrest & the electronic monitoring of those so restrained. The article emphasizes the interaction between agencies of the political system & the importance of this interaction in fostering the appropriate social reality, Finally, it suggests a means of implementing a program of EMHA in an actual jurisdiction which will manage the political risk for all the actors involved.

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