On the Improvement of China’s Community Correction



As a non-imprisonment penalty opposite to imprisonment penalty, communist correction is in line with the requirement of China’s socialist construction and international human rights doctrine. The evolution of China’s community correction experienced two stages of trial and full establishment. Based on a comparative analysis of the United States community correction system, this article will put forward recommendations for the improvement of China’s community correction system from three aspects: legislation, law enforcement and financial guarantee.


Community correction; US community correction; System improvement

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