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  • Author:
    Don Josi PhD,Dale Sechrest PhD
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    0750699620
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    978-0750699624
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    Butterworth-Heinemann; 1 edition (March 10, 1998)
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    192 pages
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The late 1990s mark a turning point for correctional systems in the United States. For some time, there has been an intensive effort by corrections to gain the confidence of the public.

The late 1990s mark a turning point for correctional systems in the United States. With increased urbanization, more timely electronic news media reports, and renewed emphasis on human rights, corrections has more and more become the target of a wide variety of attacks. The late 1990s mark a turning point for correctional systems in the United States.

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Students will find this book of value to discussion and thought regarding the nature of the corrections profession.

Details (if other): Cancel. Students will find this book of value to discussion and thought regarding the nature of the corrections profession. Administrators, management personnel, and line/staff supervisors seeking information about career development options will find this text useful in focusing and placing their careers in perspective and in providing guidance for professional development.

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Автор: Don Josi Название: The Changing Career of the Correctional Officer .

The closed nature of correctional institutions has made the activities that go on within them less visible to the outside world.

Career of the Correctional Officer : Policy Implications for the 21st Century.

book by Dale Sechrest. The Changing Career of the Correctional Officer : Policy Implications for the 21st Century. by Dale Sechrest and Don Josi.

Reasonable expectations in correctional officer training: Matching methods to audience. Josi, D. & Sechrest, D. K. (1998). The changing career of the correctional officer: Policy implications for the 21st century. Issues in correctional training and casework, 3(October), 15–18. Dickey, W. & Hollenhorst, P. (1999). Three-strikes laws: Five years later. Corrections Management Quarterly, 3(3), 1–18. Jurik, N. & Musheno, M. C. (1986). The internal crisis of corrections: Professionalization and the work environment. Justice Quarterly, 3, 457–480. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Published 1998 by n in Boston, MA. Written in English. Correctional personnel, Training of, Prison administration. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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The late 1990s mark a turning point for correctional systems in the United States. For some time, there has been an intensive effort by corrections to gain the confidence of the public. With increased urbanization, more timely electronic news media reports, and renewed emphasis on human rights, corrections has more and more become the target of a wide variety of attacks. To combat this backlash, correctional agencies have devised a plan that has worked very well for law enforcement, a plan best summed up by a single word: professionalization. This movement has been led by an articulate and tactful group of correctional officials who have stressed a new ideology of the correctional officer occupation.

The Changing Career of the Correctional Officer is a comprehensive, timely, and issue-oriented perspective on this ever-developing field. It articulates the principles upon which correctional practices have evolved with time. Students will find this book of value to discussion and thought regarding the nature of the corrections profession. Administrators, management personnel, and line/staff supervisors seeking information about career development options will find this text useful in focusing and placing their careers in perspective and in providing guidance for professional development.

Focus on 'a career in flux'Substantial discussion for studentsValuable information for practitioners