Evaluate the effectiveness of different types of different types of…
Evaluate the effectiveness of different types of different types of penalties
Different types for different penalties, summary and indictable
Alternative to trial court system - rehabilitation
Evaluate - Assess.
No conviction recorded
Forfeit of assest
Summary or indictable offences create the need for different types of penalties. Penalties such as home detention, periodic detention, imprisonment are named custodial penalties are ideal for indictable and non custodial penalties such as fines, bonds, probation orders and community service orders are summary penalties all aim at providing a suitable punishment to an offender and to maintain justice within the legal system.
Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999
Sees an equal punishment to the offence: Severity level
Effective in somewhat of a way. Still need an improvement
Penalties- A punishment imposed for breaking a law
An alternative to the traditional court system that focuses on the rehabilitation of offenders
Penalties are effective method in achieving justice to an extent, Due to Law reform constantly occurring it can effectively achieve Justice for all.
The degree to which something is successful in producing a desired result; success.
Summary and Indictable penalties are effective in such ways as
The number of prisoners in adult corrective services custody increased by 6% from 38,845 prisoners at 30 June 2016 to 41,202 at 30 June 2017.
Between 2016 and 2017 the national imprisonment rate increased by 4% from 208 to 216 prisoners per 100,000 adult population.
The number of unsentenced prisoners in adult corrective services custody increased by 7%, from 12,111 at 30 June 2016 to 12,911 at 30 June 2017. This was a smaller increase than the previous two years where increases of more than 20% were recorded.
Sentenced prisoners increased by 6% from 26,649 to 28,199 prisoners.