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40 Cards in this Set

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  • Back
high risk of escape
square john
first time offender
drug runner
career criminal
correctional officer
donald clemmer
idea of prisionization, Indignous-mentality comes from inside
elizabeth fry
prision reformer, segragated sexes
in re gault
late 60's
juvinille has right to counsel, informed of charges, given more due process
women offender issues
1.children and impact
2.prision culture
3.inmate realtionships
1.most have kids, prison incorperates them
2.suto families
3.more likely to interact with guards
4.lower then men but still high (mostly for drugs)
trends in prison increases
1.types of offenders
special offenders increased-
female, mentally ill, older, drug offenders
trends in sentencing
male v. female
females are recivin more time but still less then men
goals of inmate classification
type of offenders, weak and strong, types of programs, security level.
keys to controlling inmate behavior
policies and procedures, consistant application, quality and proffessional standards
gang management strategies and steps in controlling
early identification, observe, deny clothing and colors,
components on inmate discipline system
policy, clearly understood, graduative sanctions (fairness)
functional components of the DOC directer's office
legal affairs., media, advice reguarding programs
indigenous v. imported culture models
created within v. brought in
methods used to introduce drugs into institution
VISITORS,staff, anything coming inside
methods to transfer a juvinille to adult ct.
mandatory waiver, discretionary waiver
functions of supermax
house dangerous people, reduce violence in other insitutions
reasons for prison violence
overcrowding, boredum, gangs
characterisitics of correctional workers
good interpersonal contact, sound decisions, quick on your feet
homosexual behavior in prison male v female
power, control, sexual release- 30%
where as female emotional support, and consentual 80%
law enforcement approach to gang managment
suppression, social programs
services v. treatment programs
necessity (food, medical care), drug rehab,
approaches to housing juvinille inmates
straight to adult prision, graduated from juvinille facility, segragated until old enough
means to control HIV and TB
universal precautions, screening 4 everyone
types of juvinilles
dependent, neglect, deliquent, status offenders
reasons for the aging prision pop.
mandatory sentencing, aging pop. longer sentencing
chracteristics of "typical" prision inmate
young, ethnic, man, drug and property offenders
changes in women prisons over last 20 yrs.
growing pop. structured more like male institution
parens patriae
ct. as parent, parents of nation
principles of unit managment
security, control, de simpilize make staff more accesible to inmates
unit menegement staff
education, mental health, conselors
styles of correctional supervision
direct, remote
irwin and cressey
elements of inmate code
inmate culture-
mind your business
stand up guy
dont snitch
dont trust screws
dignity and respect
respect real cons

prison types
clemmer and sykes
indigenous and imported
drugs and crime
complicated, one who is likely to commit a devious act (illegal drug usage) are likey to commit another (criminal behavior)
irving goffman
total institution that unnecessarily manipulates
general types
anti-social offendrs:use violence to get what they want
special needs offenders-
psychopathic offenders-cold and preditory