Jindal served as president of the incoming freshman class of congressmen, in He was elected to the position of House assistant majority whip, a senior leadership role.
This goal rests on the assumption that individuals can be treated and can return to a crime free lifestyle.
Rehabilitation was a central feature of corrections in the first half of the twentieth century. The favorability of rehabilitation programming declined in the s and s but has regained favor in recent years.
Rehabilitation includes a broad array of programs including mental health, substance abuse, and educational services. In addition, specialty programs have been developed for women, sex offenders, and parolees.
Rehabilitation has also been introduced in the court system. The following literature summarizes the prominent works in this area and provides sources of reliable data on a range of treatment and rehabilitation programs.
General Overviews As noted, the popularity of rehabilitative programs has varied over time. Cullen and Gendreau presents an excellent summary of the historical trends in treatment and describe the principle elements of modern treatment services.
More recently, researchers have focused instead on what works for which offenders and under what circumstances. MacKenzie provides an excellent description of model treatment and rehabilitation programs for juveniles and adults. A number of meta-analyses have also been conducted that provide a statistical summary of the efficacy of treatment programs.
Andrews evaluates the components of effective treatment with adult offenders. Lipsey presents a similar analysis with juvenile offenders; both researchers highlight the efficacy of cognitive programming. Students interested in a general overview of treatment modalities for juvenile offenders should look to Howell Most recently, researchers on behalf of the National Research Council detail the extant literature on institutional and community treatment for offenders Committee on Community Supervision and Desistance from Crime Much of the program evaluation literature is conducted on the local level.
The National Institute of Corrections provides a superb resource for local research studies. Does correctional treatment work? A clinically relevant and psychologically informed meta-analysis. Results suggest that programs that deliver treatment to higher risk cases, target criminogenic needs, and match with client learning styles are most likely to achieve positive results.
Edited by Julie Horney, — Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice. Extensive, theoretically rich discussion of the history and practice of correctional treatment. Denotes principle elements of effective rehabilitation programs and describes model programs.
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Solitary Confinement and the Effects on Inmates - Solitary Confinement and the Effects on Inmates Solitary confinement is a mandated arrangement set up by courts or prisons which seek to punish inmates by the use of isolated confinement.
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The Deterrent Effect of Capital Punishment on Crimes of Homicide in England and Wales Justine A. Freeman The reputed deterrent effect exerted by capital punishment, that executing.
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