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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.
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. He highlights especially how evangelical Protestantism contributed a more-or-less common moral language to our early penal system with its utopian vision of America as the "Kingdom of God."
Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) head Chief Superintendent Allan Iral (BJMP / MANILA BULLETIN)
The CSC said that the figures represent 16.84% and 16.87% of the total number of examinees who took the Fire Officer and Penology Officer examinations, respectively, conducted on June 24, 2018.
This grant of allowance to the uniformed personnel of the Philippine National Police (PNP), and the bureaus of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) and Fire Protection (BFP), has started at the time of then-Mayor Reynaldo O.
Islam in American prisons; black Muslims' challenge to American penology.
Lisa Silverman offers a new cut at an old story: the end of torture and the advent of a less cruel penology. Her interpretation depends neither on the rise of an enlightened critique of the "savagery" of early modern criminal procedures nor on the specific epistemological ruptures Foucault postulated.
This new penology marks a significant departure from traditional jurisprudence and contributes to the commod ification of prisoners and INS detainees.
The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) has strongly condemned the ruthless killing of Jail Senior Inspector Robert Barquez the assistant jail warden of the Quezon City Jail Annex.
Fernando Reyeg, commander of Joint Task Force Basilan, dispatched personnel from the Army's 18th Infantry Battalion to help the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology and the local police rearrest the prisoners.
MCJ spokesman Senior Inspector Jayrex Bustinera said the cash, stuffed in water bottles, had been found hidden behind the wall of dormitory 11 during the raid jointly launched by the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, the Manila Police District, and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency.
International handbook of penology and criminal justice.