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Violence and Victimization
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CORRECTIONAL FACILITY VIOLENCE AND VICTIMIZATION
1.1 Correctional Practices and responses to correctional facility violence and victimization
Correctional practices and responses to correctional facility violence and victimization have always been debatable in the criminal justice system. There are multi-dimensional aspects of correctional practices and their respective responses are meant to reduce criminal activities. However, some practices correctional practices give reverse impact on the proportionate reduction of crimes, reason that the law enforcement agencies relevant officials do not ensure sincere efforts in the provision of adequate facilities and correctional facilities, in violation of policy instructions (Bell, 2002). Following correctional facilities, but not limited to, are necessarily used as measures for reduction of crime rates.
Provision of adequate health facilities-
In order to ensure corrective facilities, it is pertinent that prisoners are provided with adequate health and recreational facilities so that they can be made more responsible citizens.
Through properly trained psychological experts, the criminal mindset can be converted into a well civilized and well-learned mindset. Further, abnormal behavior may also be normalized by the provision of adequate training and facilities.
Educating and awareness
Education and proper awareness is the key to bring reforms in prisoners settings. Educating criminals resultantly ensures that the rate of crimes is considerably reduced.
Assessment of risk
Assessment of risk is also an important factor to be considered while developing a correctional facility. Wherein, the nature of the risk involved in each sort of crimes is properly assessed and addressed accordingly ( Fuller Orsagh, 1977).
1.2 Crime data and trends in correctional facility violence and victimization
Empirical data reveals that interpersonal assaults, homicides, suicides, robbery and other crimes have not been controlled to a considerable figure. Rather, it has been revealed through empirical research that correctional facilities are not practiced effectively to prevent crimes and to educate criminals in the reduction of crimes.
1.3 Future approaches to limiting correctional facility violence and victimization
In order to avoid further enhancement of violence and limiting the effects of crimes, it is pertinent law enforcement agencies need to ensure correctional facilities that aim massive awareness and well being of prisoners to educate them to be responsible citizens. Further, jails officials need to be trained with relevant training for ensuring the provision of requisite training. Moreover, it is also pertinent that diversely skilled prisoners need to be identified, and their skills to be utilized effectively for productive outcome in the correctional setting (Maltz, M. D. 1999).
1.4 Identification and discussion of sources of police injustice related to correctional facility violence and victimization.
Police and other prison officials have been involved in different sort of injustices related to correctional facility violence and victimization. Prisoners are not provided with adequate facilities keeping into consideration health and correctional setting standards, thereby paving the way for further violence and victimization of prisoners. Such behaviors resultantly lead to injustices related to correctional facilities. Moreover, policies, as well as other concerned authorities, show recklessness and rudeness in the rendering of their services that resultantly multiply crimes rate together with paving way for further deterioration of the criminal justice system. Police and other relevant officials need to be conscious enough in the provision of correctional measures.
After analyzing and assessing the correctional facility violence and victimization it is concluded that correctional facilities need to be addressed properly by reducing police injustices together with the provision of adequate care for prisoners in prisoners settings. Moreover, enough resources need to utilized to ensure effective corrective facilities for prevention of crimes violence and victimization. Timely addressing of issues will ensure the reduction in crimes rate leading to the welfare society.
Bell, C. C. (2002). Violence prevention 101 Implications for policy development. In A. Blumstein, L. Steinberg, C. C. Bell, M. A. Berger,Perspectives on Crime and Justice 2000- 2001 Lecture Series, Vol. V(pp. 65-93). Washington, DC National Institute of Justice. Retrieved from HYPERLINK http//www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/187100.pdf t _blank http//www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/187100.pdf
Fuller, D. A., Orsagh, T. (1977). Violence and Victimization within a State Prison System.Criminal Justice Review,2(2), 35 55. HYPERLINK https//doi.org/10.1177/073401687700200205 https//doi.org/10.1177/073401687700200205
Maltz, M. D. (1999).Bridging gaps in police crime data. DIANE Publishing.
OBRIEN, R. M. (1996). Police productivity and crime rates 1973 1992.Criminology,34(2), 183-207.
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