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The Pros And Cons Of Prison Order

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Introduction
Queensland’s justice System is too lenient towards offenders. Which makes the community based order require to be amended, to be fair to the community. Because Victoria has abolished their suspended sentences, combined custody and treatment orders, home detention, intensive correction orders, and community-based orders since 2011 to 2014. Their Community correction orders were introduced on 16 January 2012 to replace combined custody and treatment orders, intensive correction orders, and community-based orders. Community correction orders also operate as an alternative sentencing option for offenders that were at risk of a prison sentence.
Legislation The community correction order (CCO) is a flexible sentencing order that the offender serves in the community. A court can impose a community correction order on its own or in addition to imprisonment or a fine.
In early 2012, the community correction order replaced a number of sentencing orders, including the intensive correction order, home detention and the community-based order. A court’s power to order a community correction order is provided in Part 3A of the Sentencing Act 1991. Community correction orders are not available for certain serious offences committed on or after 20 March 2017, such as murder and rape.
Guideline Judgment on Community Correction Orders
On 22 December 2014, the Victorian Court of Appeal delivered a guideline judgment on community correction orders. The Director of Public
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