CC 102- Corrections

Alyssa Elligson
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Question 1

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Corrections: Key Historical Changes: Structure/ operation (1)[blank_start]Para[blank_end]-military: punitive/ fortress/ insulated Reformation: hard labour/ discipline (2) [blank_start]1930[blank_end]s: rehabilitation Medical Model: personality disorder >> crime Treatment Programs (3) [blank_start]1960[blank_end]s: humanitarian/ innovators/ social scientists *civil disobedience/ human rights/ riots/ drug addiction/ accountability/ transparency *rethink old security-custody-punishment model Policy by innovation: professionalization/ rehabilitative/ humanitarian Sociology: destroying self/ dignity= institutional order Total institution/ pains of imprisonment
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  • Para
  • 1930
  • 1960

Question 2

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(4) 19[blank_start]70[blank_end]s: program opportunities: offender's initiative reintegration model: community based/ [blank_start]halfway house[blank_end] therapeutic community: living unit concept (5) 19[blank_start]80[blank_end]s: reparative Model hardening of public attitude >> punitive policies (6) Corporate Model (90s): complex goals: competition/ adaptability/ efficiency/ restructuring/ technology/ conflict management/ individual & fiscal responsibility (7) [blank_start]Automation[blank_end]: direct/ indirect security (8) Current Problems: gangs, drugs, over-crowing, violence, mentally ill, maintenance, elderly inmates, erosion of convict code, population composition
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  • 70
  • 80
  • 90
  • halfway house
  • unit living concept
  • apartments
  • 80
  • 90
  • 70
  • 60
  • Automation
  • automatic
  • anatomy

Question 3

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Corrections: Perspectives: (1) subsystem of CJS: -[blank_start]2[blank_end] year rule Federal- correctional service of Canada (CSC) provincial (2) Programs/ Services/ Policies: -[blank_start]Carceral[blank_end] staff: warden, COs [blank_start]Non-Carceral[blank_end] staff: psychologists, nurses, social wokers, assessors... -risk, need, responsivity [blank_start]Community[blank_end]: probation officers (3) Philosophy/Politics: -protection / rehabilitation? [blank_start]Accountability[blank_end]: the charter/ constitution Act/ criminal code/ corrections & constitutional release act (CCRA)
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  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 1
  • Carceral
  • non-carceral
  • Non-Carceral
  • carceral
  • Accountability
  • Community
  • correctional
  • PO

Question 4

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CSC, 1979: Government of Canada's Public Safety:
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  • 18,000 employees
  • 77% work in institutions
  • 23,000 offenders
  • 15,000 incacerated
  • 8,000 supervised in community

Question 5

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CSC Manages: [blank_start]43[blank_end] institutions of various security levels -including [blank_start]4[blank_end] aboriginal healing lodges & [blank_start]6[blank_end] women institutions -[blank_start]15[blank_end] community correctional centres -[blank_start]92[blank_end] parole offices -partnerships with non-governmental organizations -operate [blank_start]200[blank_end] community residential facilities in Canada (accommodations, supervision, counselling, programming
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  • 43
  • 42
  • 41
  • 40
  • 4
  • 6
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 15
  • 17
  • 19
  • 20
  • 92
  • 98
  • 94
  • 93
  • 200
  • 100
  • 300

Question 6

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CSC partners:
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  • RCMP, Parole Board of Canada (PBC), Canadian Border Security Agency
  • Canadian security intelligence services, office of the correctional investigator
  • department of justice, indigenous & northern affairs Canada, health canada, public health agency of canada
  • none

Question 7

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CSC Missions & priorities: *[blank_start]Safe[blank_end] management: of eligible offenders during their transition from the institution to the community, and while on supervision Core Mission: [blank_start]Safety & Security[blank_end] of the Public,victims, staff & offenders in institutions & the community *effective,culturally appropriate interventions and reintegration support for First Nations, Metis, and Inuit offenders *Effective and timely interventions in addressing mental health needs of offenders *Efficient and effective management practices that reflect values-based leadership in a changing environment *Productive relationships with diverse partners, stakeholders victims' groups, and others involved in support of public safety
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  • Safe
  • Safety & Security

Question 8

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Institutional Security:
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  • institutions
  • special handling unit (SHU) (Max, med, min)
  • women's institutions
  • searching & drug prevention, security intelligence, dynamic security, segregation, offender property

Question 9

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[blank_start]Staff[blank_end] Security: -protective clothing & equipment -[blank_start]stab-resistent[blank_end] vests -protective [blank_start]gloves[blank_end] -handcuffs -inflammatory [blank_start]spray[blank_end] -CPR mask -[blank_start]Training[blank_end]
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  • Staff
  • community
  • public
  • stab-resistent
  • gloves
  • spray
  • Training
  • CPR
  • mask
  • mittens

Question 10

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Daily Routine in an Institution:
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  • informal inmate counts
  • inmate transfer
  • case preparation for release
  • community corrections
  • warrant expiry date
  • long-term supervision order (LTSO) up to 10 years

Question 11

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2008 had [blank_start]high[blank_end] rates of incarceration accused of crime by age: -majority between [blank_start]16 & 20[blank_end] (teenagers)
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  • high
  • 16 & 20
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