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NCJ Number: 64893 Find in a Library
Title: CONVICTED OFFENDER ASSISTANCE - YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW - PROCEEDINGS FROM THE CONFERENCE OF THE GERMAN FEDERAL REPUBLIC'S ASSOCIATION FOR CONVICTED OFFENDER ASSISTANCE, 11TH, 1978, MUENSTER/WESTFALEN, WEST GERMANY
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Friedrich-Erbert-Strasse 11a
Bundeszusammenschlusses Fuer
Straffalligenhilfe
West Germany (Former)
Date Published: 1978
Page Count: 286
Publication Number: 23
Sale Source: Friedrich-Erbert-Strasse 11a
Bundeszusammenschlusses Fuer
Straffalligenhilfe
5300 Bonn-Bad Godesberg,
West Germany (Former)
Type: Conference Material
Language: German
Country: West Germany (Former)
Annotation: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1978 CONFERENCE ON CONVICTED OFFENDER ASSISTANCE AS SPONSORED BY THE GERMAN FEDERAL REPUBLIC'S ASSOCIATION FOR CONVICTED OFFENDER ASSISTANCE ARE PRESENTED.
Abstract: PAPERS RELATE TO THE TRANSFORMATION OF CONVICTED OFFENDER ASSISTANCE FROM HUMANITARIAN AID IN THE EARLY FIFTIES TO ACTION WHICH SHAPES CRIMINAL POLICY, THE BASIC PROBLEMS OF PROVIDING AID FOR RESOCIALIZATION OF OFFENDERS, AND THE EXPANDED NEED FOR PRISONER ASSISTANCE AS A RESULT OF LEGAL REFORMS. OTHER DISCUSSIONS ADDRESS THE ROLE OF JUDGES AND THE COURTS IN PROMOTING OFFENDER REHABILITATION, THE NEED FOR ASSISTANCE TO INMATES AND THEIR FAMILIES FROM THE BEGINNING OF INCARCERATION AS WELL AS FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION TO AID IN THE ADJUSTMENT OF EX-OFFENDERS, THE SPECIAL PROBLEMS OF ASSISTANCE FOR FOREIGN INMATES, THE VIABLE FORMS AND GOALS OF LIVING GROUPS FOR EX-OFFENDERS, AND EX-OFFENDERS' PROBLEMS IN REENTERING THE JOB MARKET AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS. ALSO DISCUSSED ARE SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SOCIAL INTEGRATION OF ADDICTED OFFENDERS, FORMS OF SPECIAL ASSISTANCE AND PROPOSED GERIATRIC FACILITIES FOR ELDERLY INMATES AND RELEASED PRISONERS, AND FAMILY CONFLICTS AND DISRUPTIONS RESULTING FROM THE ARREST OF A PARENT, AS WELL AS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RESOLUTION OF PROBLEMS THROUGH COUNSELING AND ASSISTANCE. REPORTS ON DISCUSSIONS HELD BY WORK GROUPS ON EACH OF THE TOPICS ABOVE, A COPY OF THE ASSOCIATIONS BY-LAWS, AND A LIST OF THE ASSOCIATION'S LEADERSHIP AND MEMBERSHIP ARE FURNISHED. FOR RELATED DOCUMENTS, SEE NCJ 64893-906. --IN GERMAN. (KMD)
Index Term(s): Ex-offender employment; Families of inmates; Foreign inmates; Germany; Group homes; Inmate Programs; Jury size changes; Laws and Statutes; Older inmates; Probation or parole services; Rehabilitation; Social reintegration; Social workers; Volunteers
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