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InstitutionalCorrection
Think about it...29k permonth..stabilitysecurityIt's within armsreach...Would you let goof that bec. youweren't doingwhat you'vebeen told....
Definitions of TermsCorrection-is a branch of the Criminal Justice Systemconcerned with the custody, supervision and rehabilitation ofcriminal offenders. It is the field of criminal justiceadministration, which utilizes the body of knowledge andpractices of the government and the society in the generalinvolving the processes of handling individuals who have beenconvicted of offenses for purposes of crime prevention andcontrol.
Definitions of TermsCorrection-It describes a wide range of diversified programs,agencies, and institutions as well as their respectivephilosophical goals, ideals and theory about the nature ofhumans society, crime and criminal offender.
Definitions of TermsCorrectional AdministrationStudy of practice of systematic management.OrganizedLogicalOrderlyMethodicalConcerned withthecustody,treatment andrehabilitation of criminal offenders.
Definitions of TermsPenologyis the study of punishment for crime or of criminal offenders. Itincludes the study of control and prevention of crime throughpunishment of criminal offenders.It is a term derived from the Latin word “POENA” which, means painor suffering.It is also otherwise known as Penal Science.actually a division of criminology that deals with prison managementand the treatment of offenders, and concerned itself with thephilosophy and practice of society in its efforts to repress criminalactivities.
Criminology <3 PenologyIn the definition provided by Sutherland and CresseyA division of Criminology
Definitions of TermsPenal Management - is the manner or practice of managingor controlling places of confinement as in jails or prisons.Principal Aims of Penology:1. To bring light in the ethical barriers of punishment, alongwith the motives and purposes of society inflicting it.2. To make comparative study of penal* laws and proceduresthrough history between nations.3. To evaluate the social consequences of the policies enforcedat a given time.
Is the redress thatthe state takesagainst an offendingmember of thesociety thatusuallyinvolves pain andsufferingThe sufferinginflictedby the State against anoffending member forthetransgression oflaw.PUNISHMENTPENALTYPrepared by: SS2K
Same same sameBoth terms are used interchangeablyAtty Julio Alcantara “Punishment”Justice Luis B. Reyes use “Penalty
The following must be fulfilled in order that criminalpunishment occur:1.Imposed on an actual or supposed offender;2.Meted out for an offense against legal rules;3. Imposed by an authority constituted by the legalsystem against which the offense was committed;4. Intentionally administered by human beings otherthan the offender; and5. Inflictpainorotherconsequencesnormallyconsidered unpleasant.

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