Ch3-Jails - Chapter3 Jails Introduction...

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    Chapter 3 Jails
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    Introduction No major segment of the CJS is less studied,  evaluated, or understood than the nations  jails. Jails face unique issues, such as dealing with  unknown offenders, detoxification, and  medical problems, and serving the court with  security and prisoner transportation. The diverse makeup of jail clients makes the  job of jail staff complex and difficult.
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    History of Jails First jail built in 1166 Early jails used to house displaced  persons, the poor, and the mentally ill. Deplorable conditions, violence, hunger,  and illness John Howard - Penitentiary Act of 1779  - establishes 4 requirements for English  Prisons and Jails
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    Penitentiary Act of 1779 1-Secure and sanitary structures 2-systematic inspections 3-abolition of fees charged to inmates 4-reformatory regime in which inmates  were confined in solitary cells but  worked in common rooms during the  day
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