Vol. 22 Núm. 1 (2024)

Artículos

¿Es el estilo de supervisión relevante para la efectividad de la pena de trabajo en beneficio de la comunidad?

  • José Cid Moliné
  • Anna Meléndez
  • Costanza Busquets
  • Carmen Navarro
  • Judit Xufré
  • Iman el Kabiri
  • Tania Ramírez
  • Albert Pedrosa
  • Joel Martí

Publicado

14-05-2024

Resumen

La pena de trabajo en beneficio de la comunidad es la sanción penal comunitaria más usada en España y resulta relevante conocer si el estilo de supervisión y, en particular el seguimiento de los Principios de Supervisión Efectiva (Core Correctional Practice), es útil para el logro de las finalidades de esta pena (cumplimiento de sus obligaciones, no reincidencia, desistimiento y reinserción). Con este objetivo en el trabajo se administra una encuesta a una muestra de 149 usuarios que cumplían la pena de trabajo en beneficio de la comunidad en el área metropolitana de Barcelona. A través de un análisis de regresión lineal se testan las hipótesis de la investigación y se obtiene un resultado parcialmente favorable a ellas, mostrando que dos dimensiones de estos principios (el Uso efectivo de la autoridad y el Modelaje y refuerzo) están asociados al logro de las finalidades de esta pena.

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Cómo citar

Cid Moliné, J., Meléndez, A., Busquets, C., Navarro, C., Xufré, J., el Kabiri, I., Ramírez, T., Pedrosa, A., & Martí, J. (2024). ¿Es el estilo de supervisión relevante para la efectividad de la pena de trabajo en beneficio de la comunidad?. Revista Española De Investigación Criminológica, 22(1), e874. https://doi.org/10.46381/reic.v22i1.874

Agencias de apoyo

  • Centro de Estudios Jurídicos y Formación Especializada (Generalitat de Cataluña)

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