Status and Effectiveness of Rehabilitation Program of Oriental Mindoro Provincila Jail

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Correlation on the Status and Effectiveness of Rehabilitation Program of the Oriental Mindoro Provincial Jail

Bernadeth Palomera De Guzman, MPA1

Abstract

The first step in rehabilitation effort is to provide the basic needs of inmate as human being. The other steps in the rehabilitation processes are the provision of work programs, health care, education and skills training, recreation and sports, religious guidance and behavior modification using the therapeutic community approach. Thus, the study determined the correlation on the status and effectiveness of Rehabilitation Program of the Oriental Mindoro Provincial Jail. The study employed descriptive-correlation method to gather information about the present condition and to determine whether variables were related to one another using self-prepared questionnaire. The respondents of the study were the 60 inmates who were selected using purposive random sampling. The study found out that Rehabilitation Program of Oriental Mindoro Provincial Jail was known to the community because some people know what were the activities of the inmates inside the Provincial Jail. The public lacks information regarding the Rehabilitation Program of the Provincial Jail. Among the programs, spiritual development was the best program inside the Oriental Mindoro Provincial Jail. The status is related to the level of effectiveness of the Rehabilitation Program. Finally, Oriental Mindoro Provincial Jail should continuously practice and improve the Rehabilitation Program by considering good governance and effective public administration. Information regarding the Rehabilitation Program should be disseminated properly and widespread by organizing meetings, by providing flyers and posting tarpaulins or banners for the private sectors, non-governmental organizations and people’s organizations. They may be encouraged to contribute in maintaining the vocational skill training, recreation, education, values formation and spiritual development. A similar study should be conducted to other provincial jails in the country to verify the findings of the study.

Keywords: Rehabilitation Program, correlation analysis, good governance, effective public administration and information dissemination -------------
Bernadeth Palomera De Guzman is an Instructor I at the Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology (MinSCAT), Calapan City Campus. Dr. Christian Anthony C. Agutaya is the Deputy Research Director at the Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology (MinSCAT), Calapan City Campus.

Objectives

1.Describe the status of the Rehabilitation Program in terms:
1.1 supervision
1.2 rules and regulations
1.3. cooperation of inmates?

2. Describe the level of effectiveness of the Rehabilitation Program in terms of: 2.1 vocational skill training
2.2 recreation
2.3 education
2.4 values formation
2.5 spiritual development?

3. Describe the significant relationship between the status and level of effectiveness of the Rehabilitation Program.

4. Describe if there is a significant difference on the status of the Rehabilitation Program in terms of supervision, rules and regulation and cooperation of inmates.

5. Describe if there is a significant difference on the level of effectiveness of the Rehabilitation Program in terms of vocational skill training, recreation, education, values formation and spiritual development.

Theoretical Framework

This study were anchored on the following reviews of management and motivation theories. The Expectancy Theory of Motivation by Vroom (2005) holds that people are motivated to do things and to reach a goal if they believe in the worth of the goal they set and if they can see that what they do will help them achieve it. Luther (2005) subscribes and said that "everything done in the world is done in hope". (Santos, 2010)

Vroom (2005) expanded that people's motivation toward doing...


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