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NCJ Number: 29449 Find in a Library
Title: ACTIVITIES AT DADERO DURING THE PERIOD FROM NOVEMBER, 1972 TO AUGUST, 1973
Author(s): L BERGLIN; N GUSTAVSSON; Y TREIBERG
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 18
Sponsoring Agency: Kriminalvardsstyrelsen Utvecklingsenheten
10224 Stockholm 12, Sweden
Sale Source: Kriminalvardsstyrelsen Utvecklingsenheten
Box 12150
10224 Stockholm 12,
Sweden
Language: Swedish
Country: Sweden
Annotation: SURVEY OF THE VIEWS OF INSTITUTIONAL PERSONNEL AND INMATES OF THE DADERO TREATMENT HOME NEAR STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, ON AN EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM CONDUCTED FROM NOVEMBER 1972 TO AUGUST 1973.
Abstract: THE DADERO TREATMENT HOME IS OPERATED BY SKYDDSVARNET, A PRIVATELY-RUN SWEDISH WELFARE ORGANIZATION. DURING THE PERIOD IN QUESTION, DADERO AIMED AT FUNCTIONING AS A MODIFIED THERAPEUTIC SOCIETY FOR YOUNG OFFENDERS UNDER SUPERVISION. THE PURPOSE WAS TO ASSIST THE YOUNG OFFENDERS IN THEIR EFFORTS TO IMPROVE THEIR ADJUSTMENT TO SOCIETY. BOTH THE PERSONNEL AND THE INMATES APPROVED THE PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM BUT THERE WAS CONSIDERABLE DISAGREEMENT AMONG MEMBERS OF BOTH GROUPS IN REGARD TO THE METHODS USED. --IN SWEDISH
Index Term(s): Correctional personnel attitudes; Inmate attitudes; Juvenile inmates; Juvenile treatment methods; Surveys; Sweden; Treatment/Therapeutic Community; Welfare services
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