A minimum of 1,300 words required for the total assignment and there must be three scholarly sources. The references does not count towards word count!Part IPrisons
(Economic Realities and Corrections: Prisons)1.Case SummaryIn a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented.2.Case AnalysisWhat arguments do critics make against prison industry programs such as UNICOR?3.Case AnalysisWhat arguments do supporters make for the continued use of prison industry programs?4.Executive DecisionsAs the newly appointed director of prison programming, you are tasked with determining what programs are vital to the effective and efficient operation of your prison. What reasons would you give your boss for including education, industry, recreation, and health care programs for prisoners? Are there any programs for which you would not advocate?Parole
(Thinking Critically about Corrections – Abolish Parole?)5.Case SummaryIn a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented.6.Case AnalysisWhat are the arguments for discretionary release? For mandatory release?7.Case AnalysisHow can parole be used as an incentive to control and influence inmate behavior?8.Executive DecisionsYou are the director of the paroling agency in your state. You want to help reduce crowding and the money your state spends on prisons. Your state currently uses mandatory release for all inmates. What method of release would you suggest to legislators that the paroling agency use? Should it be used for all offenders or only those convicted of certain crimes? How would you suggest the paroling agency respond to technical violations committed by offenders on parole?Part IIA minimum of 250 words and two scholarly sources are required for the main post. The references does not count towards word count!A 1977 case, Bounds v. Smith, changed the rights of prisoners by giving them access to the courts. As a result, states have law libraries in the correctional systems. Research this issue with at least two scholarly sources and answer the question: what positive and/or negative effects has this created for prisoners and what positive and/or negative effects exist in the court and corrections systems around the country?