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Inmate Behavior Management: The Key to a Safe and Secure Jail
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The National Institute of Corrections has published Inmate Behavior Management: The Key to a Safe and Secure Jail by Virginia Hutchinson, Kristin Keller, and Thomas Reid, Ph.D.  The six elements of the inmate behavior management plan are:

  1. Assessing Risk and Needs
  2. Assigning Inmates to Housing
  3. Meeting Inmates' Basic Needs
  4. Defining and Conveying Expectations for Inmate Behavior
  5. Supervising Inmates
  6. Keeping Inmates Productively Occupied

 




Posted Wed, Sep 2 2009 11:35 AM by Anonymous

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