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1 February, 17:25

A punishment-oriented form of probation in which the offender is placed under stricter and more frequent surveillance and control than conventional probation by probation officers with limited caseloads is a (n) :

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  1. 1 February, 18:04
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    The answer is Intensive Supervision Probation.

    Explanation:

    Abbreviated as ISP, this procedure involves intense and restrictive observation of individuals likely to commit crime. It requires the offenders to present frequent reports to supervision offices. Failure to comply under this supervision may result in severe punishment and even more restricted standards.

    The main purpose of this program is to prevent reincidences among registered offenders.
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