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- History and Goals ...

- History and Goals
- Prison Organization
- Correctional Officers
- Prison Society
- Women in Prison
- Prison Programs
- Violence
- Prisoner Rights

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    • Incarceration and Prison Society • History and Goals • Prison Organization • Correctional Officers • Prison Society • Women in Prison • Prison Programs • Violence • Prisoner Rights
    • Prison History • Big Houses – South different • Traditional Prison Population • Changing Prison Population
    • GOALS OF I NCARCERATI ON Custodial Rehabilitation Reintegration
    • Governing Prisoners • Authority: Perception vs. Reality • Issues – Total Power? – Rewards and Punishment – Cooperation and Leadership
    • Correctional Officers • Role • Recruitment
    • Prison Society • Prisonization • InmateCode • AdaptiveRoles • Prison Economy
    • Women In Prison • 8% of new admissions. • 6% of total population. • Increase of 200% since 1980. 200% 100% 0% 1980..........................1995
    • Women in Prison • Social Relationships • Subculture • Programs • Children
    • Basic Prison Programs Diagnostic Services
    • Diagnostic Services Educational Programs elementary secondary college Basic Prison ProgramsPrison Programs
    • Diagnostic Services Educational Programs Vocational Programs carpentry plumbing electrical gardening printing keyboarding Basic Prison Programs elementary secondary college
    • Diagnostic Services Educational Programs Vocational Programs carpentry plumbing electrical gardening printing keyboarding Counseling Services Basic Prison Programs elementary secondary college
    • Diagnostic Services Educational Programs Vocational Programs carpentry plumbing electrical gardening printing keyboarding Counseling Services Recreation Services Basic Prison Programs elementary secondary college
    • Diagnostic Services Educational Programs Vocational Programs carpentry plumbing electrical gardening printing keyboarding Counseling Services Recreation Services Religious Services Basic Prison Programs elementary secondary college
    • Diagnostic Services Educational Programs Vocational Programs carpentry plumbing electrical gardening printing keyboarding Counseling Services Recreation Services Religious Services Medical Services Basic Prison ProgramsBasic Prison Programs elementary secondary college
    • • Established early on • Internal maintenance • Industry shops and contract work • Inefficient • Opposed by labor unions Prison Industries
    • Violence in prison • Explanat ions • Types • Cont ribut ing f act ors t hat can be cont rolled
    • Until the 1960s – Supreme Court “Hands Off” policy on prisons Cooper v. Pate (1964) - prisoners may challenge the conditions of their confinement under civil rights legislation.
    • First Amendment Rights Theriault v. Carson (1977) – no sham religious practices allowed Procunier v. Martinez (1974) – censorship of mail only to extent necessary to maintain security
    • Fourth Amendment Rights Hudson v. Palmer (1984) – officials can search cell and confiscate materials Bell v. Wolfish (1979) – body searches allowed if clear and legitimate purpose outweighs invasion of personal privacy
    • Eighth Amendment Rights Three principle tests – 1) shocks conscience 2) unnecessarily cruel 3)goes beyond legitimate penal aims Estelle v. Gamble (1976) – no deliberate indifference to medical needs
    • 14th Amendment Rights Wolff v. McDonnell (1974) – basic due process rights in disciplinary hearings Lee v. Washington (1968) – no racial segregation in prisons; only justified temporarily to restore order or prevent violence
    • Hello, is this microphone on? • _____ is the model of correctional institutions that emphasizes maintenance of the offender’s ties to family and community. • Reintegration Model • _____ are often used by prison officials as a communication source between officials and the inmate population. • Inmate leaders • _____ is the model of corrections that emphasizes security, discipline, and order. • Custodial Model • In ____ the Supreme Court said prisoners have basic due process rights in disciplinary hearings • Wolff v. McDonnell (1974) • _____ is the orientation that judges had toward prisoners’ rights prior to the 1960s. • Hands off policy • _____ is the system of barter and purchase based on cigarettes and other items that prisoners use to gain desired items • Prison economy