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    The realities of correctional enterprise concur with justifications of punishments with some cases. All criminals are not the same. There are criminals that need help but do not get help there for result in criminal activity. Then there are the criminals that are flat out insane. The correctional stage can be effective; it just depends on the sanity of the criminal. We are pretty successful with achieving the purposes of the criminal law. Criminal law keeps everyday Americans safe and gets many bad

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    Auburn Penitentiary: Silent and Congregate Correctional Facility Throughout the nineteenth century, penology was characterized by a debate between two 'schools'. The first was the system of "solitary" and "segregation" proposed by the Pennsylvania penitentiary. The second, that of which will be discussed in this paper, the "silent" and "congregate" system was designed for the Auburn penitentiary in New York State. The Auburn State Prison was built in 1816, occupied in 1821 and soon after

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    Correctional Facilities

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    these rights is abusive. There are ways to improve the prison system that allows the people who enter them to keep important rights while paying their debt to society. It should first be mentioned that prisons were created to be rehabilitative facility as well as a punitive organization. While prisons have succeeded in punishing people for their crimes, the prisons have less often rehabilitated those people. For example, many prisoners who suffer from mental illnesses or drug addictions at the

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    Quentin Tarantino

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    Social workers play a vital role in many aspects of our society, from the court system to the correctional facilities in which they work. The lives of the incarcerated clients, in addition to those who have been released, and the members of our society as a whole can contribute something to society. According to California’s Occupational Guide “correctional Social Workers work with juvenile or adult offenders to determine and correct the causes of anti-social behavior. They may work with youth groups

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    Crime And Drugs

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    during periods of active drug use, and much lower rates during periods of nonuse (Ball et al. 1983, pp.119-142). A large number of people who abuse drugs come into contact with the criminal justice system when they are sent to jail or to other correctional facilities. The criminal justice system is flooded with substance abusers. The need for expanding drug abuse treatment for this group of people was recognized in the Crime Act of 1994, which for the first time provided substantial resources for federal

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    triumph of the human spirit over insurmountable odds brings the reader into the daily battles for survival. His story starts at the beginning of his gang life (being initiated at age 11), moves through his teen years (mostly spent in various correctional facilities) and ends up with his transformation in a member of the New Afrikan Independence Movement. When Kody Scott was 6 years old, the gang wars started in Los Angeles. It started out as a battle between the Crips and the Bloods, but by the

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    America Needs Capital Punishment

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    Horton was a violent habitual criminal, sentenced in 1988 to a Massachusetts prison "to life with no possibility of parole" for savagely slaying an innocent teenage boy. After only ten years in prison he was transferred to a minimum-security facility. There he became eligible for daily work release, as well as unescorted weekend furloughs from prison. Following the example of other hardended inmates over the years, Horton decided not to return from work. Instead, months later, he viciously

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    HIV are a risk to all inmates because other inmates are not aware of who they are surrounded with and they do not know what objects were used with possible HIV inmates. HIV population rapidly growing In correctional facilities, HIV is a major health issue. Due to the absence of HIV awarenesses and resources, there is lack of testing and nursing. Many inmates with HIV gain high risk behaviors because of not being aware of treatment

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    Overpopulated Correctional Facilities

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    Prisons have been around for many years; but are today's prisons or ‘Correctional Facilities” really doing their only job, correcting? These facilities made to help and rehabilitate prisoners are doing anything but. Prisons today are not doing their job properly. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics “3 in 4 former prisoners in 30 states [are] arrested within 5 years of release”. Would this be happening if they were doing the correct thing? The conditions inmates are kept in, the fact

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    Correctional facilities are the essential part of the society that assist with dealing with a criminal act. Correctional facilities present in countries help the criminal system to rehabilitate and change many offenders to become better people in the society. This process also helps the society as well as the individuals themselves. There is the most slight difference as compared to England and the United States correctional system. Some of the difference between these two correctional systems are

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