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Working With Special Needs Offenders

American Correctional Association.

Working With Special Needs Offenders

Correspondence Course

by American Correctional Association.

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Published by American Correctional Association .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criminology,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11471132M
    ISBN 100929310683
    ISBN 109780929310688
    OCLC/WorldCa426214813


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However, offenders also have other needs and these non-criminogenic needs can be addressed by working collaboratively with mental health agencies to deliver these services. Source: Bonta, J. & Andrews, D. Viewing offender assessment and treatment through the lens of the risk-need-responsivity model.

These groups of offenders can be considered to be a subpopulation with “special needs” who are believed to require more intensive or specialized services to be successfully reintegrated into society.

The following sections present an overview of the range of special needs of subpopulations of by: Author Lior Gideon takes a rehabilitative and reiterative approach to discuss and differentiate between the needs of these various categories of inmates, and provides in depth discussions-not available in other correctional texts-about the specific needs, risks and policy recommendations when working with present-day Working With Special Needs Offenders book needs offenders.

Federal Judicial Center Special Needs Offenders: Reducing Risk Through Employment and Education (Part 1) This program is the Center's fourth satellite broadcast in the Special Needs Offenders series.

developing strategies to manage special population prisoners. The book is organized into five parts. Part 1 sets out overarching correctional administration and management issues. Chapter 1 is an introduction that explores the nature and extent and management of special populations in jails and prisons.

ChapterFile Size: KB. The first book to combine elements from the social work, counseling, and crimi- nology fields to create a framework tailored to working with female offenders. Taking into account the special needs of girls and women within a system designed by men for male offenders, Working with Female Offenders offers counselors, correctional officers.

The Routledge Handbook on Offenders with Special Needs is an in-depth examination of offenders with special needs, including learning-challenged. Special Needs Offenders in Correctional Institutions offers a unique opportunity to examine the different populations behind bars (e.g.

chronically and mentally ill, homosexual, illegal immigrants, veterans, radicalized inmates, etc.), as well as their needs and the corresponding impediments for rehabilitation and reintegration.

This book provides a theoretically informed guide to the practice of working with offenders in different settings and for different purposes. It deals with topics such as offender rehabilitation, case management, worker-offender relationships, working with difficult clients and situations, collaboration, addressing complex needs, and processes.

The first book to combine elements from the social work, counseling, and crimi- nology fields to create a framework tailored to working with female offenders.

Taking into account the special needs of girls and women within a system designed by men for male offenders, Working with Female Offenders offers counselors, correctional officers Brand: Wiley.

—Barbara E. Bloom, Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies Sonoma State University, California The first book to combine elements from the social work, counseling, and criminology fields to create a framework tailored to working with female offenders Taking into account the special needs of girls and women within a system designed.

Special Needs Offenders in Correctional Institutions book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Effective treatment and preparation f /5(2). Special Needs Offenders in Correctional Institutions offers a unique opportunity to examine the different populations behind bars (e.g.

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Address the needs of victims of crime; E. Routinely review correctional programs and reentry services to ensure that they are addressing the needs of offenders, victims and the community; and F. Collaborate with other professions to improve and strengthen correctional services and to support the reduction of crime and Size: KB.

This book provides a theoretically informed guide to the practice of working with offenders in different settings and for different purposes. It deals with topics such as offender rehabilitation, case management, worker-offender relationships, working with difficult clients and situations, collaboration, addressing complex needs, and processes of by: Special needs offenders in correctional institutions Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Gideon, L (ed.)Special needs offenders in correctional institutions, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed and reintegration of special needs offenders.

Chapters of the book are ordered in such a way that more visible groups of. Special needs offenders are to be given special attention during intake and incarceration.

Proper evaluation and assessment has to be conducted during the intake of these offenders. The state departments of correction and various other agencies work closely in the treatment process of special needs offenders through programs such as community.

Introduction. In this module, we will explore how to work with people with developmental disabilities. We will discuss what it means to have a developmental disability, some of the causes of disability, and how normal functioning can be will take a closer look at some specific developmental disabilities, such as intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, autism, and.

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needs and programs has come under scrutiny both in prison condi-tions suits and in professional findings have addressed the harm that often results when offenders are indi-scriminately housed in overly restrictive facilities and when needed services or special management are not.

Book Description. Working with Sex Offenders is a unique book which brings together leading practitioners in the field to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date distillation of relevant guidance to assist anyone who works with sex offenders.

The authors examine topics including assessment, treatment, supervision and safeguarding. Skills and strategies for successful. Author Lior Gideon takes a rehabilitative and reiterative approach to discuss and differentiate between the needs of these various categories of inmates, and provides in depth discussions-not available in other correctional texts-about the specific needs, risks and policy recommendations when working with present-day special needs : SAGE Publications.

General Overviews. Bloom, et al. helped revolutionize treatment of female offenders with a focus on the need for gender-responsive or gender-specific strategies. The book’s authors were actively writing in the s. Chesney-Lind’s writings, which are listed in other sections of this article and also stem from the s, made researchers and public authorities aware of the.

Special Needs Offenders in Correctional Institutions remain constant, it has been predicted that offenders 50 and older will account for one third of the inmate population by (Rikard & Rosenberg, ; Williams et al., ). While prison administrators have primarily been interested in the management ofFile Size: KB.

The Routledge Handbook of Offenders with Special Needs is an in-depth examination of offenders with special needs, such as those who are learning-challenged, developmentally disabled, and mentally ill, as well as substance abusers, sex offenders, women, juveniles, and chronically and terminally ill offenders.

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Free 2-day shipping. Buy Special Needs Offenders in Correctional Institutions (Paperback) at Working With Women Offenders in the Community builds on ideas launched in the editors’ earlier book, What Works With Women Offenders (), extending the focus notably on women offenders in the group pretty than in jail.

the largest category of special needs offenders are. Drug dependent offender. Which type of offender would be considered a special needs offender.

A gang member An elderly inmate A mentally ill inmate. Regarding sex offenders, corrections department. None of the above.The purpose of this chapter is to examine offenders with mental illness under correctional supervision in the community.

Specifically, I present data that compares offenders with mental illness to other offender groups including, sex offenders, drug offenders, high risk offenders, and offenders being supervised on standard probation. A service working with troubled Nottingham children and young people has been told it 'requires improvement' - and inspectors have recommended a more tailored approach to meet the needs of Author: Jamie Barlow.