Welcome to my Crime and Justice blog! I am a 19 year old criminal justice student at the University of Winnipeg. I advocate for prisoners' rights, human rights, equality and criminal justice/prison system reforms.

Monday, November 22, 2010

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1 comment:

  1. I saw your vote about earned parole. If you ever want an idea for a paper, you might want to look into something that existed in the past. It was called "Performance Notices" and an individual could earn a good one or a bad one. If they earned three good ones, they'd earn a day towards release. Earn three bad P.N.'s and they'd lose a day. Many people saw this as a more effective system then the one in place now, as the reward or punishment was instant. There was an incentive to do a good job, etc. There was a list of items an individual could receive a bad PN for. This system went out when the CCRA came into being. (Crim. Major a million years ago).