Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections Work in Theory and Practice
Preparing Students for Careers in Probation and Parole Agencies
Teacher's Manual available
302 pp $44.00
Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections Work in Theory and Practice is a comprehensive examination of probation, parole, and other correctional practices that are alternatives to incarceration. The textbook covers important topics related to community corrections, including an overview of correctional programs used as alternatives to incarceration (probation, parole, home confinement, and electronic monitoring); the history and development of community correctional practices; current controversies; and legal issues affecting probation, parole, and community correctional practices. Critical thinking questions in each chapter along with case studies and case scenarios reflect the book's balanced approach to examining community corrections. The emphasis on developing problem solving, report writing, and critical thinking skills makes this book an excellent choice for students who desire to enter the field. Students completing a course using this book will have not only an understanding of the dynamic forces of community corrections but also the skill competence that prepares them for entry-level positions in community corrections agencies.
The following Teaching Materials are available electronically on a CD or via email (Please contact email@example.com to request):
- Teacher's Manual with outlines, key terms and extensive test bank (Multiple-choice/True-False/Short Answer/Essay) in pdf format
- The Test Bank portion of the manual pdf is also available in separate files by chapter in Word, Blackboard and Moodle formats. Other LMS formats may be available; state preferred format in request.
- Test Bank also available through Respondus.
- PowerPoint slides are available to professors upon proof of adoption of this book. Download sample slides from the full 348-slide presentation here. If you have adopted the book for a course, let me know.
"I would certainly use Kathryn Morgan's book in a classroom to introduce community corrections. It can be utilized as quick reference material as its definitions, explanations, legal references, case studies and other items pertinent to all aspects of community corrections can work as quick reference material for students in the academic setting."
— Corrections Today
"This is the best text ever. I don't see it ever being dropped from my course!"
— Arnold Waggoner, Rose State College