Chapter 12 CRJU 312

Chapter 12 CRJU 312 - Chapter 12 Special Populations and...

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Chapter 12 Special Populations and Juvenile Corrections The Challenge of Special Populations in Corrections * Elderly Prisoners *Geriatric offenders *Housing *Medical care *Programs *Release The Challenge of Special Populations in Corrections * Prisoners with HIV/AIDS *Higher rate of infection than general population The Challenge of Special Populations in Corrections * Prisoners with HIV/AIDS *Segregation policies are controversial *Advocates The Challenge of Special Populations in Corrections * Prisoners with HIV/AIDS *Safe environment for staff *Correctional officers *Chance of virus transmission are reportedly low The Challenge of Special Populations in Corrections * Mentally Ill Prisoners The Challenge of Special Populations in Corrections * Mentally Ill Prisoners *Challenges for correctional officials 1
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The Challenge of Special Populations in Corrections * Long-Term Prisoners *Each life sentence costs taxpayers approximately $1 million * *Not generally control problems The Challenge of Special
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