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make sure that the client is rehabilitated and the reduction of inmates within the correctional population. The purpose is to reduce the amount of recidivism or relapse, encourage the client to social reintegration, and public safety is enhanced. The general duties of a case manager are intake, assessment, implantation, observation, planning, and advocating (Healey, 1999). Challenges Faced by Case Managers When it comes to working with clients, case managers need to take into consideration of the client’s cultures. Having an understanding of other’s cultures will aid the case manager is the proper services in the healing process (Improving culture competence, 2014). Some challenges a case manager will face related to multiculturalism and diversity within the various criminal justice setting include bias, stereotypes, and racial profiling. A challenge could be meeting a
CASE MANAGEMENT IN CORRECTIONS3client’s religious and/or ethnic needs while also operating within the limited budget (Schmallenger, 2009). Dynamic Factors and Static Criminal HistoryThe factors are used to identify the risks of the client and the risk of recidivism. Static factors designate risks based on a client’s history or the client is not responsive to the interventions. Some example of risks that are factored include the client’s age, previous offenses

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