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  • Learning Objectives One and Two
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    1. 1. CorrectionalIssues
    2. 2. The Future of Corrections
    3. 3.  Mission  Corrections lacks a clear mission  Different clients ▪ Offenders, public, other government agencies  Attempt to meet all expectations  Must articulate a philosophy of corrections
    4. 4.  Methods  Difficulty choosing between competing methods  Often do not seem to work  Fads  Fairness
    5. 5.  Structure  Internally ▪ Divided against itself  Externally ▪ Little formal capacity to control demand for services
    6. 6.  Personnel  Attraction ▪ Low salaries ▪ Entry-level position  Motivation ▪ Collective bargaining ▪ Demoralization ▪ Assessment
    7. 7.  Costs  Building  Personnel  Crowding  Fiscal restraint  Privatization
    8. 8.  Evidence-Based Practice  What works? ▪ Recidivism  Evaluation  Random field trial
    9. 9.  Techno-Corrections  Electronic monitoring  High-risk clients  Drug-testing  Eye-recognition  Spatial monitoring  Computer-aided decision making
    10. 10.  Falling Crime Rates  Relationship is not straightforward  Change in public opinion  Opportunity for innovation and improvement
    11. 11.  Professionalization  Academic discipline of criminal justice  Journals  Professional associations  Consequences ▪ Higher standard ▪ A new voice
    12. 12.  Challenge 1: Reinvigorate a New Correctional Leadership  Acting in ways that correctional clients see as “legitimate”  Maintaining safe, drug-free environments in prisons and jails where staff and those confined inside can stay “clean”  Making management “transparent”
    13. 13.  Challenge 2: Refocus Our Investments in What Works  Early prevention  Risk-focused, evidence-based programs  A national council on early prevention  Local-level prevention  Communities that care
    14. 14.  Challenge 3: Reclaim the Moral and Ethical High Road  American punitiveness  Harsher than other countries  Health care  Social costs
    15. 15.  Government Agencies  National Institute of Corrections ▪ National clearinghouse of information about correctional practices ▪ Source of technical assistance to local and state correctional agencies that wish to upgrade their practices ▪ Training operation, both basic and advanced, open to any correctional employee
    16. 16.  Professional Associations  American Correctional Association ▪ Lobbyist  American Probation and Parole Association ▪ Organization

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