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NCJ Number: 31698 Find in a Library
Title: INTEGRATED APPROACH TO CORRECTIONS
Journal: ACTA CRIMINOLOGIAE ET MEDICINAE LEGALIS JAPONICA  Volume:41  Issue:4  Dated:(AUGUST 1975)  Pages:1-9
Author(s): C JAYEWARDENE; D JAYASURIYA
Corporate Author: Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Japanese Assoc of Criminology
Japan
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 9
Sponsoring Agency: Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Tokyo 113, Japan
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Japan
Annotation: PROGRAM PLANNING IN QUINTE REGIONAL DETENTION CENTER, NAPANEE, CANADA DESIGNED TO RECONCILE CONFLICTS BETWEEN THE GOALS OF CUSTODY AND SECURITY ON THE ONE HAND, AND TREATMENT AND THERAPHY ON THE OTHER.
Abstract: PROBLEMS INCLUDED CLASSIFICATION OF PRISONERS, USE OF INFORMATION GATHERED IN PRE-THERAPY INVESTIGATIONS, ORGANIZATION AND COORDINATION OF TREATMENT PROGRAMS, AND CLEAR DEFINITIONS OF CORRECTIONAL GOALS FOR INMATES, CUSTODIAL STAFF, AND TREATMENT STAFF. INTEGRATION OF CORRECTIONAL GOALS INCLUDED RECOGNITION OF THE NECASSARY PRECEDENCE OF CUSTODY OVER TREATMENT.
Index Term(s): Canada; Correctional organization; Correctional planning; Inmate attitudes; Inmate Programs; Inmate staff relations; Management; Security; Treatment
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