The Process of Being Incarcerated.

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The Process of Being Incarcerated. Silent Thesis: Today, I’m going to share with you how the process of being incarcerated alone can be a major deterrent to criminal activity. I. Introduction A. Right now on the other side of this door somebody is going to jail, be it just or unjust.They’re going to be booked and processed into the custody, and into the control of lawenforcement; by a show of hands, how many of you know someone who is locked up? 1. According to Sheriff Leroy Baca, of The Los Angeles County Sheriff Department, in an article released in 2012, by the “Homeland Security Association,” he states that; “Los Angeles Sheriff’s Dept. alone manages the nation's largest jail system, supervising more than 20,000 prisoners at any given time.” 2. According to California Department of Correction and Rehabilitation “2012 Adult Population Projections,” CDCR supervises more than 160,000 in 2003 to 135,238 prisoners during 2012, for the State of California. B. There is an abundance of custodial concerns such as processing, tracking prisoners, adequate housing capacity, and many strategized methods utilized by law enforcement. C. Today, I am going to tell you about what inmates go through getting processed and why it is important to know this vexing procedure. 1. First, I will show you Origin of incarceration in the United States, and how the process of incarceration is stressful, actually designed to serve custodial purposes while acting as a tool to curtail recidivism. 2. Second, I will share with you how there are several layers of being incarcerated, such as primary custody “county jail, to in-custody release to California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation penal institution. 3. Finally, I will inform of the process of being released back into society, in the hope of a

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