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NCJ Number: 1167 Find in a Library
Title: PROJECT VIEW AND DO FINAL NARRATIVE REPORT
Author(s): W D LEEKE; R M ODOM
Corporate Author: South Carolina Dept of Corrections
United States of America
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 54
Sponsoring Agency: South Carolina Dept of Corrections
Columbia, SC 29221-1787
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS PROJECT WAS TO BRING PROFESSIONAL TRAINING MATERIAL TO CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS IN SOUTH CAROLINA VIA TELEVISION.
Abstract: THE BASIC OBJECTIVE IS TO TRAIN CORRECTION OFFICERS ON A STATE LEVEL WITH A PREPARED PROGRAM WHICH MAY BE USED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. FIVE DIFFERENT CORRECTIONAL TV TAPES ARE DESCRIBED WITH THEIR OBJECTIVES. THE TITLES COVERED ARE THE INMATE PERSONALITY, OFFICER-INMATE RELATIONSHIPS, THE OFFICER AS A SOURCE OF CHANGE, SECURITY, CUSTODY, AND CONTROL, AND A REVIEW OF THE OTHER TAPES. SEE SCRIPTS NCJ-01163, NCJ-01164, NCJ-01165, AND NCJ-01166.
Index Term(s): Community-based corrections (adult); Correctional institutions (adult); Correctional officer training; Inmate staff relations; Offender classification; Personnel; South Carolina; Televisions
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