What Is Probation? - Definition, Rules & Types Video


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Which of the following does NOT represent a possible condition of probation?

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1. Which of the following BEST describes supervised probation?

2. Which of the following devices would likely be utilized in community control probation?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Probation is a complicated concept and these study materials will help you test your understanding of it. You will be assessed on your knowledge of specific rules and types of probation.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In particular, you'll have to know about:

  • Conditions of probation
  • Supervised probation
  • Community control probation

Skills Practiced

  • Distinguishing differences - make sure you can differentiate between types of probation
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately describe a type of criminal sentence that is served by an offender instead of a jail sentence
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a device utilized in community control probation

Additional Learning

Need more information? Check out the lesson titled What Is Probation? - Definition, Rules & Types. This lesson has the following objectives:

  • Explore the many rules associated with probation
  • Analyze the different types of probation including shock probation
  • Discuss how one is granted probation and who is involved in the decision