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Assignment 1: LASA 2: Parole Supervision
Here's What Happened:
Mary White, age twenty-five, is a Hispanic female. She has been on
probation for twelve months of a five-year probation program. She is
on supervision for the felony charge of possession of a controlled
substance. During her period of supervision, that is, probation, White
has tested positive for the use of amphetamines on two separate
occasions, failing to participate in outpatient treatment and failing
to abide by the stipulations set forth by the court.
Recently, White violated the conditions of her probation by getting
arrested for driving while she was intoxicated and tampering with a
vehicle. White was sentenced to sixty days of incarceration within the
county jail for her violations. The police report, which was obtained
for the violation of probation hearing purposes, stated:
Centervale Police Department (CPD)
CPD Case Number: 11-XXXX
Incident: Tampering with a Vehicle
Reporting Officer: R. T. Smith
Date of Report: April 1, 2012
At approximately 9:30 p.m. on April 1, 2012, I, Officer R. T. Smith
was dispatched to a stolen vehicle complaint at 123 Main Street in
Centervale. I met with the complainant, Jane Daugherty, who said that
she had parked her car by a meter while entering into Fuzzy's
Furniture Store. Before returning to her car she had stopped at the
sandwich shop to pick up dinner. Daugherty returned to her car at
approximately 10:30 p.m. This is when she discovered her car had been
stolen.
Daugherty described her car as a 2009 black Toyota Corolla. The
registration is 123-ABC. The car is valued at approximately $13,000
and has a sunroof and a dent on the back left fender from a grocery
cart.
Daugherty stated that she had locked the car after exiting but did not
have the keys with her at the time. She also said that she had left
the keys in a lock box in the gas tank so that she did not have to
worry about losing them. Daugherty stated that she had not given
anyone permission to take her vehicle and was current on her auto
payments so there was no possibility of repossession.
In my survey of the crime scene, I was unable to locate any items of
evidence. There was no broken glass near the meter where the vehicle
was parked and there were no items to photograph. Daugherty's vehicle
information was entered into the National Crime Information Center
database and a Be on the look-out (BOLO) was issued for her vehicle.
At approximately 12:15 a.m. on April 2, 2012, information was received
that Centervale Officer W. S. Wright was in pursuit of the suspected
stolen vehicle. He entered into a traffic stop after the car came to a
stop outside Freddy's Bar in South Centervale. The driver of the
vehicle was later identified as Mary White by her driver's license.
White appeared to be intoxicated and resisted Officer Wright at the
scene. White was arrested for driving while intoxicated and tampering
with a motor vehicle. The car was towed to Fred's Salvage. I made
contact with Daugherty to notify her that her vehicle had been
recovered and that I would contact her once the vehicle was processed
for evidence and could be released.
White had two new charges pending in addition to her violation. She
was found guilty of the felony of tampering with a motor vehicle. The
misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated was dropped given her
felony conviction. White was assigned to Officer Myers with the
Centervale Probation and Parole Office to complete a sentencing
assessment report for the court. The portions of the sentencing
assessment report include the narratives from the police reports,
history of the offender, education, employment, substance abuse,
specialized training, and a recommendation regarding the ability to
succeed under a period of supervision. Given her recent history of
supervision, White was sentenced to five years within the department
of corrections.
While incarcerated, White was given a parole hearing date within
eighteen months of her incarceration. She appeared in front of the
Parole Board and was given a release date after twenty-four months of
incarceration.
Here's What You Need to Do:
Use APA format and citation guidelines to compose a paper (8- to
10-page, not including the title page or references page), on the
parole system and process based on White's case that addresses the
following:
•       Explain how the history of probation and parole influences the
decisions that are made in the Adult Court System toward the
supervision of adult offenders, highlighting the differences between
past and present processes and practices.
•       Determine whether White was on probation or parole during her first
period of supervision. Analyze the opportunities that were given to
her during that period. When White was released from the Centervale
Jail, determine her supervision status. Explain whether it was
different from her first period of supervision. Analyze and discuss
the reasons for any changes you discover.
•       Analyze how White violated her probation and describe each offense.
•       In detail, identify and describe the presentence investigation
information needed in order to complete the process before the judge
renders his or her decision in the sentencing stage. Explain the
importance of the presentencing investigation process in White's case
and the reason why the guidelines for sentencing must be followed in
every case.
•       Identify the parole parameters you would set for White if you were
on her Parole Committee. Explain the impact White's release might have
on Daugherty. Then compare stipulations set forth by the Court and the
Parole Board. Explain whether the Court and the Parole Board aim for
the same goal. Defend your position using examples.
Submission Details:
•       Save the document as M5_A1_Lastname_Firstname.doc.
•       By Monday, August 17, 2015, submit your document to the M5:
Assignment 1 LASA 2 Dropbox.
LASA 2 Grading Criteria and Rubric
All LASAs in this course will be graded using a rubric. This
assignment is worth 300 points. Download the rubric and carefully read
it to understand the expectations.
Assignment 1 Grading Criteria   Maximum Points
Illustrated how the history of probation and parole influences the
decisions that are made in the Adult Court System toward the
supervision of adult offenders, highlighting the differences between
past and present processes and practices.       20
Determined whether White was on probation or parole during her first
period of supervision and analyzed the opportunities that were given
to White during that period.    16
Determined White's supervision status when she was released from jail
and explained whether it was different from her first period of
supervision. Discussed and analyzed the reasons for any changes.        16
Analyzed how White violated her probation and described each offense.   32
Described the presentence investigation information needed in order to
complete the process before the sentencing stage. Explained the
importance of the presentencing investigation process in White's case
and the reason why the guidelines must be followed.     20
Identified the parole parameters that you would set for White if you
were on her Parole Committee. Explained what impact White's release
might have on Daugherty.        32
Compared stipulations set forth by the Court and by the Parole Board.
Explained whether the Court and the Parole Board aim for the same
goal. Defended the position using examples.     32
Identified the primary goal of parole and the responsibilities of
White's Parole Officer during her supervision. Explained how White's
Parole Officer might help her achieve the primary parole goal and the
primary goals White has as a probationer and parolee.   20
Identified the types of violations that could revoke White's parole.
Described what special programming or assistance might White benefit
from during her supervision.    32
Explained how White's achievement of becoming a contributing member of
society would benefit the community.    16
Writing Components:
•       Organization (16)
•       Usage and Mechanics (16)
•       APA Elements (24)
•       Style (8)       64

Assignment 1: LASA 2: Parole Supervision
Here's What Happened:
Mary White, age twenty-five, is a Hispanic female. She has been on
probation for twelve months of a five-year probation program. She is
on supervision for the felony charge of possession of a controlled
substance. During her period of supervision, that is, probation, White
has tested positive for the use of amphetamines on two separate
occasions, failing to participate in outpatient treatment and failing
to abide by the stipulations set forth by the court.
Recently, White violated the conditions of her probation by getting
arrested for driving while she was intoxicated and tampering with a
vehicle. White was sentenced to sixty days of incarceration within the
county jail for her violations. The police report, which was obtained
for the violation of probation hearing purposes, stated:
Centervale Police Department (CPD)
CPD Case Number: 11-XXXX
Incident: Tampering with a Vehicle
Reporting Officer: R. T. Smith
Date of Report: April 1, 2012
At approximately 9:30 p.m. on April 1, 2012, I, Officer R. T. Smith
was dispatched to a stolen vehicle complaint at 123 Main Street in
Centervale. I met with the complainant, Jane Daugherty, who said that
she had parked her car by a meter while entering into Fuzzy's
Furniture Store. Before returning to her car she had stopped at the
sandwich shop to pick up dinner. Daugherty returned to her car at
approximately 10:30 p.m. This is when she discovered her car had been
stolen.
Daugherty described her car as a 2009 black Toyota Corolla. The
registration is 123-ABC. The car is valued at approximately $13,000
and has a sunroof and a dent on the back left fender from a grocery
cart.
Daugherty stated that she had locked the car after exiting but did not
have the keys with her at the time. She also said that she had left
the keys in a lock box in the gas tank so that she did not have to
worry about losing them. Daugherty stated that she had not given
anyone permission to take her vehicle and was current on her auto
payments so there was no possibility of repossession.
In my survey of the crime scene, I was unable to locate any items of
evidence. There was no broken glass near the meter where the vehicle
was parked and there were no items to photograph. Daugherty's vehicle
information was entered into the National Crime Information Center
database and a Be on the look-out (BOLO) was issued for her vehicle.
At approximately 12:15 a.m. on April 2, 2012, information was received
that Centervale Officer W. S. Wright was in pursuit of the suspected
stolen vehicle. He entered into a traffic stop after the car came to a
stop outside Freddy's Bar in South Centervale. The driver of the
vehicle was later identified as Mary White by her driver's license.
White appeared to be intoxicated and resisted Officer Wright at the
scene. White was arrested for driving while intoxicated and tampering
with a motor vehicle. The car was towed to Fred's Salvage. I made
contact with Daugherty to notify her that her vehicle had been
recovered and that I would contact her once the vehicle was processed
for evidence and could be released.
White had two new charges pending in addition to her violation. She
was found guilty of the felony of tampering with a motor vehicle. The
misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated was dropped given her
felony conviction. White was assigned to Officer Myers with the
Centervale Probation and Parole Office to complete a sentencing
assessment report for the court. The portions of the sentencing
assessment report include the narratives from the police reports,
history of the offender, education, employment, substance abuse,
specialized training, and a recommendation regarding the ability to
succeed under a period of supervision. Given her recent history of
supervision, White was sentenced to five years within the department
of corrections.
While incarcerated, White was given a parole hearing date within
eighteen months of her incarceration. She appeared in front of the
Parole Board and was given a release date after twenty-four months of
incarceration.
Here's What You Need to Do:
Use APA format and citation guidelines to compose a paper (8- to
10-page, not including the title page or references page), on the
parole system and process based on White's case that addresses the
following:
•       Explain how the history of probation and parole influences the
decisions that are made in the Adult Court System toward the
supervision of adult offenders, highlighting the differences between
past and present processes and practices.
•       Determine whether White was on probation or parole during her first
period of supervision. Analyze the opportunities that were given to
her during that period. When White was released from the Centervale
Jail, determine her supervision status. Explain whether it was
different from her first period of supervision. Analyze and discuss
the reasons for any changes you discover.
•       Analyze how White violated her probation and describe each offense.
•       In detail, identify and describe the presentence investigation
information needed in order to complete the process before the judge
renders his or her decision in the sentencing stage. Explain the
importance of the presentencing investigation process in White's case
and the reason why the guidelines for sentencing must be followed in
every case.
•       Identify the parole parameters you would set for White if you were
on her Parole Committee. Explain the impact White's release might have
on Daugherty. Then compare stipulations set forth by the Court and the
Parole Board. Explain whether the Court and the Parole Board aim for
the same goal. Defend your position using examples.
Submission Details:
•       Save the document as M5_A1_Lastname_Firstname.doc.
•       By Monday, August 17, 2015, submit your document to the M5:
Assignment 1 LASA 2 Dropbox.
LASA 2 Grading Criteria and Rubric
All LASAs in this course will be graded using a rubric. This
assignment is worth 300 points. Download the rubric and carefully read
it to understand the expectations.
Assignment 1 Grading Criteria   Maximum Points
Illustrated how the history of probation and parole influences the
decisions that are made in the Adult Court System toward the
supervision of adult offenders, highlighting the differences between
past and present processes and practices.       20
Determined whether White was on probation or parole during her first
period of supervision and analyzed the opportunities that were given
to White during that period.    16
Determined White's supervision status when she was released from jail
and explained whether it was different from her first period of
supervision. Discussed and analyzed the reasons for any changes.        16
Analyzed how White violated her probation and described each offense.   32
Described the presentence investigation information needed in order to
complete the process before the sentencing stage. Explained the
importance of the presentencing investigation process in White's case
and the reason why the guidelines must be followed.     20
Identified the parole parameters that you would set for White if you
were on her Parole Committee. Explained what impact White's release
might have on Daugherty.        32
Compared stipulations set forth by the Court and by the Parole Board.
Explained whether the Court and the Parole Board aim for the same
goal. Defended the position using examples.     32
Identified the primary goal of parole and the responsibilities of
White's Parole Officer during her supervision. Explained how White's
Parole Officer might help her achieve the primary parole goal and the
primary goals White has as a probationer and parolee.   20
Identified the types of violations that could revoke White's parole.
Described what special programming or assistance might White benefit
from during her supervision.    32
Explained how White's achievement of becoming a contributing member of
society would benefit the community.    16
Writing Components:
•       Organization (16)
•       Usage and Mechanics (16)
•       APA Elements (24)
•       Style (8)       64

Assignment 1: LASA 2: Parole Supervision
Here's What Happened:
Mary White, age twenty-five, is a Hispanic female. She has been on
probation for twelve months of a five-year probation program. She is
on supervision for the felony charge of possession of a controlled
substance. During her period of supervision, that is, probation, White
has tested positive for the use of amphetamines on two separate
occasions, failing to participate in outpatient treatment and failing
to abide by the stipulations set forth by the court.
Recently, White violated the conditions of her probation by getting
arrested for driving while she was intoxicated and tampering with a
vehicle. White was sentenced to sixty days of incarceration within the
county jail for her violations. The police report, which was obtained
for the violation of probation hearing purposes, stated:
Centervale Police Department (CPD)
CPD Case Number: 11-XXXX
Incident: Tampering with a Vehicle
Reporting Officer: R. T. Smith
Date of Report: April 1, 2012
At approximately 9:30 p.m. on April 1, 2012, I, Officer R. T. Smith
was dispatched to a stolen vehicle complaint at 123 Main Street in
Centervale. I met with the complainant, Jane Daugherty, who said that
she had parked her car by a meter while entering into Fuzzy's
Furniture Store. Before returning to her car she had stopped at the
sandwich shop to pick up dinner. Daugherty returned to her car at
approximately 10:30 p.m. This is when she discovered her car had been
stolen.
Daugherty described her car as a 2009 black Toyota Corolla. The
registration is 123-ABC. The car is valued at approximately $13,000
and has a sunroof and a dent on the back left fender from a grocery
cart.
Daugherty stated that she had locked the car after exiting but did not
have the keys with her at the time. She also said that she had left
the keys in a lock box in the gas tank so that she did not have to
worry about losing them. Daugherty stated that she had not given
anyone permission to take her vehicle and was current on her auto
payments so there was no possibility of repossession.
In my survey of the crime scene, I was unable to locate any items of
evidence. There was no broken glass near the meter where the vehicle
was parked and there were no items to photograph. Daugherty's vehicle
information was entered into the National Crime Information Center
database and a Be on the look-out (BOLO) was issued for her vehicle.
At approximately 12:15 a.m. on April 2, 2012, information was received
that Centervale Officer W. S. Wright was in pursuit of the suspected
stolen vehicle. He entered into a traffic stop after the car came to a
stop outside Freddy's Bar in South Centervale. The driver of the
vehicle was later identified as Mary White by her driver's license.
White appeared to be intoxicated and resisted Officer Wright at the
scene. White was arrested for driving while intoxicated and tampering
with a motor vehicle. The car was towed to Fred's Salvage. I made
contact with Daugherty to notify her that her vehicle had been
recovered and that I would contact her once the vehicle was processed
for evidence and could be released.
White had two new charges pending in addition to her violation. She
was found guilty of the felony of tampering with a motor vehicle. The
misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated was dropped given her
felony conviction. White was assigned to Officer Myers with the
Centervale Probation and Parole Office to complete a sentencing
assessment report for the court. The portions of the sentencing
assessment report include the narratives from the police reports,
history of the offender, education, employment, substance abuse,
specialized training, and a recommendation regarding the ability to
succeed under a period of supervision. Given her recent history of
supervision, White was sentenced to five years within the department
of corrections.
While incarcerated, White was given a parole hearing date within
eighteen months of her incarceration. She appeared in front of the
Parole Board and was given a release date after twenty-four months of
incarceration.
Here's What You Need to Do:
Use APA format and citation guidelines to compose a paper (8- to
10-page, not including the title page or references page), on the
parole system and process based on White's case that addresses the
following:
•       Explain how the history of probation and parole influences the
decisions that are made in the Adult Court System toward the
supervision of adult offenders, highlighting the differences between
past and present processes and practices.
•       Determine whether White was on probation or parole during her first
period of supervision. Analyze the opportunities that were given to
her during that period. When White was released from the Centervale
Jail, determine her supervision status. Explain whether it was
different from her first period of supervision. Analyze and discuss
the reasons for any changes you discover.
•       Analyze how White violated her probation and describe each offense.
•       In detail, identify and describe the presentence investigation
information needed in order to complete the process before the judge
renders his or her decision in the sentencing stage. Explain the
importance of the presentencing investigation process in White's case
and the reason why the guidelines for sentencing must be followed in
every case.
•       Identify the parole parameters you would set for White if you were
on her Parole Committee. Explain the impact White's release might have
on Daugherty. Then compare stipulations set forth by the Court and the
Parole Board. Explain whether the Court and the Parole Board aim for
the same goal. Defend your position using examples.
Submission Details:
•       Save the document as M5_A1_Lastname_Firstname.doc.
•       By Monday, August 17, 2015, submit your document to the M5:
Assignment 1 LASA 2 Dropbox.
LASA 2 Grading Criteria and Rubric
All LASAs in this course will be graded using a rubric. This
assignment is worth 300 points. Download the rubric and carefully read
it to understand the expectations.
Assignment 1 Grading Criteria   Maximum Points
Illustrated how the history of probation and parole influences the
decisions that are made in the Adult Court System toward the
supervision of adult offenders, highlighting the differences between
past and present processes and practices.       20
Determined whether White was on probation or parole during her first
period of supervision and analyzed the opportunities that were given
to White during that period.    16
Determined White's supervision status when she was released from jail
and explained whether it was different from her first period of
supervision. Discussed and analyzed the reasons for any changes.        16
Analyzed how White violated her probation and described each offense.   32
Described the presentence investigation information needed in order to
complete the process before the sentencing stage. Explained the
importance of the presentencing investigation process in White's case
and the reason why the guidelines must be followed.     20
Identified the parole parameters that you would set for White if you
were on her Parole Committee. Explained what impact White's release
might have on Daugherty.        32
Compared stipulations set forth by the Court and by the Parole Board.
Explained whether the Court and the Parole Board aim for the same
goal. Defended the position using examples.     32
Identified the primary goal of parole and the responsibilities of
White's Parole Officer during her supervision. Explained how White's
Parole Officer might help her achieve the primary parole goal and the
primary goals White has as a probationer and parolee.   20
Identified the types of violations that could revoke White's parole.
Described what special programming or assistance might White benefit
from during her supervision.    32
Explained how White's achievement of becoming a contributing member of
society would benefit the community.    16
Writing Components:
•       Organization (16)
•       Usage and Mechanics (16)
•       APA Elements (24)
•       Style (8)       64

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