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NCJ Number: 31176 Find in a Library
Title: GUARDING - TREATMENT - DENMARK
Author(s): M HEINILD
Corporate Author: Denmark Ministry of Justice
Dept of Prisons
Denmark
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 76
Sponsoring Agency: Denmark Ministry of Justice
1115 Copenhagen, Denmark
Publication Number: FORSKNINGSRAPPORT NR 7
Format: Document
Language: Danish
Country: Denmark
Annotation: STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REHABILITATION TREATMENT IN PRISON BASED ON INTERVIEWS WITH TWO FORMER INMATES, NINE CURRENT INMATES AND NINE STAFF EMPLOYEES OF ONE OPEN AND ONE CLOSED DANISH CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION.
Abstract: THE STUDY SHOWED THAT, ON THE BASIS OF THE RESPONSES OF THOSE BEING INTERVIEWED, GUARDING PRISONERS IS AN ACTIVITY THAT CLASHES WITH THE TREATMENT OF PRISONERS. IN MANY CASES, IT INTERFERES DIRECTLY WITH TREATMENT. THUS, GUARDING PRISONERS INTERFERES WITH THE OFFICIAL PURPOSE OF PRISONS, WHICH IS REHABILITATION. A LIST OF THE QUESTIONS ASKED OF THE INMATES AND ONE OF THE QUESTIONS ASKED OF THE STAFF EMPLOYEES AT THE INTERVIEWS ARE INCLUDED. --IN DANISH
Index Term(s): Correctional institutions (adult); Correctional personnel; Denmark; Inmates; Interview and interrogation; Medium security; Minimum security; Rehabilitation; Treatment
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