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Penology

The science of prison administration and rehabilitation of criminals.

See: discipline, punishment
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Simon does not explore the Jim Crowism of Progressive Era penology in the North, but it may be directly relevant to his account of the demise of rehabilitative ideology in the 1970s.
On the other hand, according to the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology warden that we interviewed, these were the causes of deaths in 2012, per gender in jails under the Bureau of Jail and Management Penology: Cardiovascular diseases, cervical cancer, tuberculosis, and cardiac arrest.
In these chapters, he rehearses the rise of the penitentiary, the differentiation of penal philosophy and the work of reformers, and the emergence of the social scientific approach to penology.
If Congress can find extra funds or savings, let's help our young prison employees to study the science of penology here or abroad.
Interior Secretary Ronaldo Puno directed Senior Insp Lloyd Gonzaga to relinquish his duties as warden of the detention facility in Taguig, but was also told to "carry on as Chief of operations of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology in the National Capital Region (BJMP-NCR) effective immediately," the Inquirer, a local broadsheet, said.
Lisa Silverman offers a new cut at an old story: the end of torture and the advent of a less cruel penology.
This new penology marks a significant departure from traditional jurisprudence and contributes to the commod ification of prisoners and INS detainees.
PLATO'S PENAL CODE: TRADITION, CONTROVERSY, AND REFORM IN GREEK PENOLOGY.
Women's responses to prison in the context of the old and the new penology
No special treatment would be given to former Customs commissioner Nicanor Faeldon while he is detained at the Pasay City Jail, the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) said.
The term "military and other uniformed personnel"refers to officers and men of the armed forces, the national police,Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, Bureau of Fire Protection, Philippine Public Safety College, Philippine Coast Guard, and National Mapping and Resource Information Authority.
The five pillars include the Community, Police, Prosecution, Courts and the Penology where one and another must work with each other in order to resolve issues and concerns.