Treatment And Punishment In 1920S 1950S In Corrections Essays and Term Papers

  • Corrections and Treatment

    Week 6 Assignment: Corrections and Treatment John Cho University of Phoenix Corrections and treatment within the Juvenile Justice System have a variety of helpful rehabilitative and crime deterrent programs. These programs can help young juvenile offenders correct behavioral patterns, therapeutically...

      853 Words | 3 Pages   House arrest, Probation officer, Youth incarceration in the United States, Juvenile delinquency

  • Corrections and Treatment

    system some flexibility in instruction to figure who should be devoted to jail. The “use of prisons as places where convicted offenders serve time as punishment for breaking the law is a relatively new development in the handling of offenders.” (Frank Schmalleger, 2011). * * * * *...

      947 Words | 3 Pages   Incarceration in the United States, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Prison

  • Corrections And Treatment

     Corrections and Treatment Felicia Spafford CJS/240 November 24, 2013 Jeffery Beasley In this paper I will be covering over the following: juvenile corrections and community-based treatment programs, including covering over community-based...

      695 Words | 3 Pages   Juvenile delinquency, Foster care

  • Corrections and Treatment

    CORRECTIONS AND TREATMENT There is a wide choice of correctional treatments available for juveniles, which can be subdivided into two major categories, which are community treatment and institutional treatment. Community treatment refers to efforts to provide care, protection, and treatment for juveniles...

      1025 Words | 3 Pages   Youth incarceration in the United States, Juvenile delinquency, Probation officer, House arrest

  • Corrections and Treatment

    Most juvenile institutions have some form of treatment program available to juveniles. The most common programs include: counseling, vocational and educational training, recreational programs and religious counseling. Two community based programs are guided group interaction (GGI) and positive peer...

      460 Words | 2 Pages   Youth incarceration in the United States, Prison, Juvenile delinquency

  • Corrections and Treatment

    Corrections and Treatment The purpose of juvenile detention is to provide a secure and temporary holding facility to ensure that the juvenile is in safe environment with the proper programs to follow the guidelines to Health and Hygiene, Positive Behavior, Self-Esteem, Drug Awareness, Gang Intervention...

      519 Words | 2 Pages   Youth detention center, Prison, Probation, Juvenile delinquency

  • Corrections & Treatment

     Corrections and Treatment CJS/240 May 25, 2014 Prof Johnson Corrections and Treatment Community based treatment plays a large role in the criminal justice system. Community based treatment includes probation, treatment services and restitution. There is community based housing like...

      472 Words | 4 Pages   Corrections, Parole

  • Corrections and Treatment

    October 31, 2010 Corrections and Treatment Instructor: Lester G. Julian Community-based treatment The three community-based treatment efforts which I would like to focus attention on are Intensive...

      339 Words | 2 Pages   Prison, Involuntary commitment, Juvenile delinquency

  • Corrections and Treatment

    A retail chain has asked an outside security consulting team to perform a Threat and Risk assessment for one of its branches. The consulting team has identified the following Threats and accompanying Risk levels for this particular store: 1. Fire (medium) 2. Internal theft (high) ...

      696 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Contarst 1920- 1950

    Contrast 1920- 1950 In retrospect the 20’s and 50’s are eerily similar even though they’re three decades apart, but what makes them so similar is that both of the decades the nation was faced with the post trauma of fighting in a World war. The roles of woman who had once worked in factories reverted...

      662 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Interior Design in the 1920s and 1950s

    Shyla-Ann Boley Loretta Miller D.E. English 2y December 18th, 2013 Interior Design in the 1920s and 1950s Have you ever asked yourself how the twentieth-century design came about? How did people come up with modernism, a.ka., modern character or quality of thought, expression, or technique? What...

      1699 Words | 5 Pages   Curtain

  • Juvenile Corrections & Treatment

    Juvenile Corrections & Treatment Your name CJS 240 October 24, 2010 The Juvenile corrections system has various methods to support the underlying goal of rehabilitation and reform. This system affects the entire community in its successes and failures; members of the society should take...

      1237 Words | 4 Pages   Prison, Probation, Corrections

  • Assignment: Corrections and Treatment

    does mainly because they both aid in rehabilitation and changing people’s lives in a positive way. The juvenile criminal system has community-based treatments, issues with the prisons and jails, and the aftercare programs. There are different programs that help treat different problems with these juveniles...

      992 Words | 3 Pages   House arrest, Probation, Electronic tagging, Prison

  • Drug & Abuse treatment in Corrections

    1970s it was pointed out that only about half the Nation's State prisons offered drug abuse treatment (Tims 1985), and only about one-quarter of all jails in the United States had any provision for treatment (Newman and Price 1976). During the 1980s the prison population increased dramatically to more...

      1000 Words | 4 Pages   Drug rehabilitation, Substance dependence, Relapse, Substance abuse

  • Cjs240 Corrections and Treatment

    Assignment: Corrections and Treatment CJS/240 January 23, 2011 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Probation, restitution, and institutionalization...

      637 Words | 3 Pages   Youth incarceration in the United States, Probation, Prison

  • Which Is More Effective, Treatment or Punishment?

    Treatment and Punishment of Crime Angle of attack= which is more effective, treatment or punishment? A significant question that is asked about offenders is how can they be prevented from re-offending? There have been a number of therapies and treatments developed by psychologists in order to...

      1334 Words | 4 Pages   Anger, Aggression, Punishment, Zero tolerance

  • The United States Society in the 1920's and 1950's with Respect to Race Relations and Role of Women.

    During the 1920’s and 1950’s the US society was very different. The economies were different, men and women acted different, and even business were treated different. During the 1920’s there was a big difference between the roles of the women during that time with the jazz age and during the 1950’s with...

      555 Words | 2 Pages   Flapper

  • Corrections

    Issues of Corrections Michelle Lynn O’Dell CRJ303: Corrections Gloria Ramsey 6/2/2014 Take a deeper look into corrections, it seems like a tightly held ship. Yet, the people, funding, and politics are what keep it running. From the judges who hand down...

      2007 Words | 9 Pages   Probation, Due Process Clause, Prison, Habeas corpus

  • corrections

    The corrections system The correction system was basically functioned through principles that were commonly used in England in the early 1700s. Prisons were virtually nonexistent before...

      950 Words | 3 Pages   Recidivism, Probation, Incarceration in the United States, Punishment

  • The 1950s

    When you think about what you have learned about the 1950’s, or even watch a movie from that era, what are a few things you see or think of? Maybe you think of drive-in movies, poodle skirts, or neon signs, but what about the advertisements? The 1950’s advertisements used the basic American family illusion...

      682 Words | 2 Pages   Tobacco smoking

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