Sections 7 to 14 set out rights that protect Canadians when dealing with the justice system. They ensure that individuals who are involved in proceedings are treated fairly, especially those charged with a criminal offence. Section 7 - Life, liberty and security of person 7.
Women Prisoners of the District of Columbia 5 pages. This paper will give an overview of the case of the female prisoners of the District of Columbia vs. The female prisoners charged the Department of Corrections with not properly protecting them from harm from security guards, as well as allowing them to be violated in ways that were not part of their prison sentencing.
Bibliography lists 4 sources. The Problems Faced by Women in Prison This 9 page paper reviews two articles regarding problems that women in prison face. One article focuses on the dilemma of maternal incarceration and how it affects children and the other looks at the inadequate state of health care in prisons.
The articles are each critically evaluated and compared.
Bibliography lists 3 sources. Marlene Moore An 11 page paper using the case of Marlene Moore to discuss some of the current issues of women in prison.
Marlene died at 31, having spent more than half her life in prison and apparently without anyone looking to her background for clues to the behavior she exhibited either within or outside of prison.
Bibliography lists 10 sources. This 6-page essay takes the position that women correctional officers should be prevented from working in all-male penal institutions.
Despite this fallacy do women belong in this milieu at all? The paper discusses the problems facing women prisoners, and also describes why women end up in prison as well as their characteristics. The main theme is that the focus on women prisoners is more toward domestication, rather than rehabilitation.
Nineteenth Century Reform Movements: Relates the common causes of these movements and equivalent movements in education and prison reform.
Female Sexual Abusers in the Prison Setting This 7 page paper considers the issue of childhood sexual abuse and the increasing number of women who have been charged with this crime.
This paper defines the largess of the problem, the increasing number of women in the prison setting who have committed sexual crimes against children and the need to define a treatment model that takes into consideration the causative factors and characteristics of female sex abusers.
No additional sources cited. Violence In Prisons A 3 page paper. Prison riots and violence in prisons are nothing new.
The first recorded prison riot in America took place before the Declaration of Independence was signed. This essay goes on to reports some of the major riots, perspectives regarding causes, and how one state is reducing gang violence in prisons.This paper describes the development of a unique prison participatory research project, in which incarcerated women formed a research team, the research activities and the lessons learned.
The participatory action research project was conducted in the main short sentence minimum/medium security. Introduction The majority of women with short prison sentences in Canada are imprisoned due to illegal activities stemming from drug and alcohol use (Jurgens, /8; Anderson, Rosay, & Saum.
International good practice: The Prison Reform Trust is very grateful to Ruby Moshenska who researched and compiled this report whilst working from April to September as a volunteer with the Prison Reform Trust’s Introduction 1 International standards 5 Early intervention and diversion 8 Sentencing This article examines the major criminogenic needs (education, vocational development, substance abuse education, financial planning, and sex offense remediation) and noncriminogenic needs (health care, family connections, and safety) of women incarcerated at a Canadian medium-security women’s correctional institution.
An Analysis and an Introduction to the Canadian Women's Prison PAGES 1.
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