2 edition of Decarceration found in the catalog.
Andrew T. Scull
|LC Classifications||HV9345.A5, HV9304 .S38 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||202 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||202|
|ISBN 10||0745600018, 0745600016|
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decarceration The process of removing people from institutions such as prisons or mental hospitals—the opposite of the middle of the twentieth century, this became a central feature in the reorganization of social control, and is closely allied to programmes of community care and community reasons for this change are discussed in Andrew Scull's controversial book.
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Decarceration, I suspect, is going to be the work of generations. A good way to begin the process is to stop feeding people into the system in the first place. Juvenile : Ta-Nehisi Coates."Decarceration" is a word which describes a policy ofclosing down asylums, prisons, and reformatories.
Instead of housing criminals and the mentally ill in institutions, we have begun to "treat" many of them in a community setting.
Dr. Scull's new book asserts that there is massive ignorance about community. “Smart Decarceration: Achieving Criminal Justice Transformation in the 21st Century” is a hopeful, commonsense book that explores innovative concepts in criminal justice reform, while also Author: Smart Justice.