Working in Jails and Prisons: Becoming Part of the Team
Designed to educate new and existing staff, this book provides a candid and realistic picture of life inside a correctional facility. Focuses on how teamwork among staff results in a more productive and efficient system and improves rehabilitation. Covers classification, the history of criminality, understanding the criminal personality, cultural profiles of inmates, working with inmates, avoiding manipulation, and dealing with stress and burnout.
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Differences Between Jails and Prisons
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