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Welcome Address to CRS2017 from Jan Bogaert, Director General for the Courts and Magistrates Belgium

Welcome Address to CRS2017 from Jan Bogaert, Director General for the Courts and Magistrates on behalf of the Secretary General of the Belgian Federal Public Service of Justice.

(289.3 KB) | 5. April 2017 | Author: Jan Bogaert
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The US Bureau of Justice Statistics

This presentation gives an introduction to the BJS and the U.S. correctional system and explains BJS’ efforts to measure and report on the U.S. correctional system in a standardized manner, the cost, burden and future methods to capture information on the U.S. correctional system.

(2.21 MB) | 5. April 2017 | Author: E. Ann Carson
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Strengths-Based Sentence Planning and Transition Management

Since all offenders – like all non-offenders – can be presumed to be motivated to pursue a good life, the best life they can possibly achieve, a strengths-based approach to rehabilitation that prioritises relationship-based practice such as the Good Life Model (GLM) should be incorporated into prison programming, transition management and post-release supervision, to ensure […]

(2.6 MB) | 5. April 2017 | Author: Jane Mulcahy
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Compendium Copyright: Good Practices in Prevention and Care of Tuberculosis and Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Prisons

Authorship responsibility and copyright form: Good Practices in Prevention and Care of Tuberculosis and Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Prisons

(37.33 KB) | 5. April 2017 | Author: World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe
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Submission Form: Good Practices in Prevention and Care of Tuberculosis and Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Prisons

The practice that you are submitting through this form will be evaluated against the following criteria: relevance, sustainability, efficiency, and ethical appropriateness, plus any one or more of the additional criteria detailed in Annex 1. The deadline for submission is 29 April 2017.

(33.14 KB) | 5. April 2017 | Author: World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe
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The European Foriner Project: Educational Opportunities for European Citizens Detained in a Foreign European Country

To gain a helicopter overview of the educational opportunities for European foreign national prisoners, an online survey has been distributed among educational providers and prison managers in Europe (N=108 prisons). The results demonstrate that European FNP’s have less educational opportunities than national prisoners. Their educational opportunities are mostly limited to language courses to learn the […]

(4.65 MB) | 4. April 2017 | Author: Dorien Brosens & Liesbeth De Donder
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Horticulture, Hypermasculinity and Mental Wellbeing: The Connections in a Male Prison Context

This presentation will outline the progress made on a PhD research study, highlighting the connections between horticulture, hypermasculinity and mental wellbeing in a male prison. Mental health and wellbeing is of significant concern in prisons in England and Wales, with self-inflicted deaths at all-time high – 112 recorded in 2016. Hypermasculinity is a term used […]

(1.93 MB) | 4. April 2017 | Author: Flo Seymour
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Different Genders, Equal Rights but Different Education Provisions: The Case for Gender-Responsive Education in Prison

In an age of gender equality and equal provisions of education for the different sexes, it may seem odd that one suggests gender specific provisions in an education programme for female prison inmate.  The aim of this paper is to show how the researchers came to this conclusion following an analysis of female inmates’ perception […]

(2.77 MB) | 4. April 2017 | Author: Joseph Giordmaina & Amanda Schembri
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Prisoners’ Participation and Involvement in Prison Life: Insights from a Research Project in the Prison of Ghent

Prisoners’ participation and involvement in prison life are becoming important topics featuring on European political agendas. To investigate the different types of prisoners’ involvement in the organisation of prison life that exist within one remand prison in Belgium, as well as the profile of prisoners involved, 11 focus groups were conducted with prisoners (N=36) and […]

(2.01 MB) | 4. April 2017 | Author: Dorien Brosens
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A Personalised Approach to Offender Rehabilitation: Operational and Applied Research

This paper reports on the early stages of project implementation and evaluation to develop a model of personalised offender rehabilitation in an English probation setting in a Community Rehabilitation Company run by private sector company Interserve. The model aims to deliver rehabilitative support packages that are co-produced with offenders that enable them to make personal […]

(2.38 MB) | 4. April 2017 | Author: Chris Fox, Caroline Marsh & Kim Thornden-Edwards
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