Criminal Justice Systems And Its Effect On Parole Board

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Victoria criminal justice systems , are designed to regulate members’ attitudes in the society, implement law and order, and to bring those offenders who commit crimes before the court of justice.
In the assessment paper, observation was conducted through a range of scholarly research/ newspaper reports, articles, The age, Herald Sun, Victorian General news wires. Critical analysis , was also conducted to different issues, thus; Victorian government tougher sentencing on crimes to implement “law and order”, overcrowding prison, PSOs, mandatory sentencing, statistics approach, Meagher rape case and impact on parole board.

Johnston& Ainsworth( 2014) article, observation on the debate at parliament house, Victoria
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Consequently, overcrowding prison is the outcome.
Critically, the study didn’t provide alternative way of how to govern, and how to control society! In fact, tougher sentencing, and social classes divisions, are critical factors, would contribute in one way or another to increasing crime rates factor, and subsequently overcrowding prison. In his approach to overcrowding, Victorian Supreme Court Justice Simon
Whelan, stated that, introducing new sentencing policy, this would in fact , increases the mass number of inmates / overcrowding prison, and potentially increases the rate of recidivism, far more faster impact .
Furthermore, overcrowding condition, increased prison population this in fact, would lead to
“riot”, inadequate rehab, and government financial burden/ build more prisons impact. Baidawi et al (2011) in their observation to overcrowding, as given shorter sentencing, that includes minimum sentencing option for an early release to older prisoners, to give rooms for new inmates accommodation.
Alternately, Baidawi, didn’t state in their approach, how to deal with criminality of older people and how to handle them, if not incarcerated them? What alternative should be applied to those older criminals who committed gross and how to protect community from risk of reoffending after released?
Baradaran & Mcintyre (2012),
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