Future Correctional Philosophies Essays and Term Papers

  • Corrections Trend Evaluation

    following areas will be addressed: a brief history of the corrections system, philosophies associated with increasing correctional populations, current and future issues facing prison administrators, and the role of alternative correctional systems. Corrections History The term corrections refers to an institution...

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  • The Swinging Pendulum of Prison Philosophies

    The Swinging Pendulum of Prison Philosophies Brett Spratt Mr. Robert Leonik Contemporary Issues In Criminal Justice November 5, 2002 The corrections leg of the criminal justice system is ineffective because the efforts being made to rehabilitate criminals and keep society safe are failing substantially...

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  • Futures in Corrections

    American adults incarcerated, decisions by policy makers and corrections officials may directly affect the future in regard to the best way to handle this nation’s prison system. In society, the philosophy of sending an individual to prison has evolved. The criminal justice system has put much prominence in...

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  • Crime and Punishment

    thought #1 Compare and contrast the philosophies of punishment. In the philosophies of punishment, we have retribution, deterrence, rehabilitation, isolation, incapacitation, reintegration, restitution, and restoration. I'll define these philosophies of punishment. Retribution: It...

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  • Cja 394 Syllabus

    Week One: Criminal Justice System Assessment Details Due Points Objectives 1.1 Evaluate past, present, and future trends in the interface between components of the criminal justice system and criminal justice connections with surrounding society. 1.2 Assess the value of the criminal justice...

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  • Corrections

    in the correctional system; riots would break out in order for inmates to express their desire for reform and changes in rules. Inmates didn’t approve of the crowded living conditions, harsh rules, poor food, excessive punishment, and guard brutality. Inmates demanded change in the correctional system...

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  • Just Another Paper

    Futures in Criminal Justice Copyright © 2010 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course examines both the principle issues in contemporary criminal justice as well as the extrapolation of such issues toward possible futures within the criminal...

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  • Corrections Trend Evaluation

    the United States is an ongoing struggle to house and rehabilitate individuals who violate the law. The resources put towards the United States correctional system is substantial but not sufficient. The United States continues to have a rising number of inmates incarcerated and in turn often times face...

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  • Punishment vs Rehabilitation

    strategy to identify and attack causation both inside correctional facilities and in the communities was necessary. The effects of the ideologies concerning punishment and rehabilitation, and the applied theories of these philosophies inside correctional facilities and within communities, and the subsequent...

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  • Critical Issues in the American Criminal Justice System - Sentencing Decisions and the Death Penalty

    1, 2010 Abstract This paper discusses three critical issues in the criminal justice system. It touches on the general issues of punishment philosophies, sentence decision making, and prison overcrowding and focused more specifically on the negative effects of each. Highlighted in this informational...

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  • corrections trend

    more than jails and prisons but also community-based programs such as parole, probation, halfway houses, and treatment facilities. Past, present, and future trends in regard to the development and operation of institutional and community-based corrections varies by state. Corrections have grown immensely...

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  • Sentencing

    there is no coordination among the programs of different jurisdictions • These program are seldom evaluated Community Corrections • A philosophy of correctional treatment that embraces o The decentralization of authority from state to local levels o Citizen participation in program planning, design...

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  • Say What!

    Progressive Movements provided many of the alternatives to incarceration that we still use to this day. How 1800 Era Affects Correctional System Today The correctional system in the 1800 era marked the dawn of the prison as we know it today. Freedom, a basic principle, is now a most prized concept...

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  • Prison Paper

    prison was intended to provide a place of penance for prostitutes. No matter where most of us live in the world the modern day penitentiary has some philosophy and design history thanks to such British thinkers as John Stuart Mill and those who look some of his writings or two further: Jeremy Bentham and...

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  • Correctional Services

    the prosecution of serious offences (Department of Correctional Services, 2005:105) The aim of this research project is to analyse the current processes followed in transportation of prisoners from holding cells at the police stations to correctional facilities. The security measures and technology used...

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  • Corrections

    traditional jail or prison sentences and to better match the severity of punishment to the seriousness of the crime. Community corrections: A philosophy of correctional treatment that embraces (1) decentralization of authority, (2) Citizen participation , (3) redefinition of the population is most appropriate...

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  • Corrections

    2012 Corrections Correctional officers are in charge of overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are currently awaiting trial, and those that have been convicted of a crime and sentenced to serve a sentence in jail of prison (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2010-11). Correctional officers usually...

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  • Offender Population

    the Correctional System The role of our correctional system in reducing recidivism is still a major concern today. Rehabilitation programs have been implemented in our prison system for several decades now and the recidivism rates have stayed about the same for forty years. The U.S. correctional population...

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  • Community Based Corrections

    corrections in juvenile offenders are to prevent or reduce juvenile offenses, both criminal and non-criminal. Early interventions are designed to deter future misconduct, reduce negative or enhance positive factors in a child’s life. These programs promote improvements in the system to aid family courts...

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  • Capital Punishment

    COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SUCCESSFUL REINTEGRATION OF OFFENDERS Mr. Kwok Leung-ming* I. INTRODUCTION This paper gives an account of the philosophy of the Hong Kong Correctional Services (HKCS) to facilitate the reintegration of offenders into the community as law-abiding citizens and the various initiatives...

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