Unformatted text preview: system because these subjects must be watched because they are more likely to receive abuse inside the system. In addition a person with autism will not respond to pain like a normal inmate would nor will they answer questions as a normal inmate would. This means the prison system must train their personnel to a higher degree to work with these people because there are so many different types of autism. Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Special Needs Subject Response Guide for Police Officers , National institute of corrections, Children’s Hospital and Health System, S eptember 22, 2009 , Accessed from online resource, on 5/11/2010, from http://www.nicic.org/Library/023977...
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- autism spectrum, National Institute of Corrections, Children’s Hospital and Health System