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Browsing by Advisor "Cilliers, C. H."

Browsing by Advisor "Cilliers, C. H."

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  • Lambrechts, Gideon Albertus Jacobus (2009-06)
    Gevangenis oorbevolking is ʼn probleem waarmee die Suid-Afrikaanse korrektiewe stelsel reeds vir baie jare worstel. Suid-Afrika is een van die lande met die hoogste gevangenis bevolking in die wêreld. Een van die grootste ...
  • Boll, William Charles (2009-08-25)
    As a restut of British colonization and their attempts to govern a variety of different cultures many nations now share a common bond in their criminal justice systems. This research focuses on the impact of some of those ...
  • Bruyns, Hennie, 1959- (2009-08-25)
    The purpose of this study was to contextualise the Swaziland correctional services environment and inmate population, analysing how best to respond to the needs of the organisation and providing strategies that can have ...
  • Weyers, Andries Petrus (2014-02-07)
    Crime is as old as mankind. It started with an incident of theft inside Paradise and a murder outside. In order to understand the phenomenon of crime several theories were formulated over time. One fact should be recognized: ...
  • Fitz, Lincoln Gustav (2013-12)
    The thesis examine the process of rehabilitation offered by the Department of Correctional Service as from the time the offender is admitted (sentenced) until such time he is released back into society. Rehabilitation in ...
  • De Smidt, Stanley Charles (1998-06)
    Die proefskrif poog om 'n penologiese evaluering rakende die assessering van oortreders vir korrektiewe toesig weer te gee. Korrektiewe toesig is 'n vonnisopsie wat oortreders binne die gemeenskap rebabiliteer. 'n ...
  • Luyt, Willem Frederik Muller (1996-06)
    In the study below, the phenomenon of "maximum security prisons" is described as it is applied in various parts of the world, according to capita selecta. The phenomenon is described as it occurs in four countries, namely ...
  • Tshweu, Podile Samuel (2000-11)
    Private prisons in South Africa are still premature but it will be increased because negotiations are on the track. The government should take a more serious look at private prisons as an alternative to public production ...
  • Matetoa, Julia Mathuetsi (2013-08)
    Corrections has always been conventionally known as an occupational discipline and not a profession. The organization of corrections has been spoken of as a penitentiary, bearing in mind that the models of the buildings ...
  • Oliver, Charles Edwin (1999-06)
    In the light of a more punitive stance in Corrections and public discontent with the criminal justice system, a number of studies have been conducted since 1970 testing public punitiveness, probably in an attempt to ...
  • Oliver, Charles Edwin (2009-08-25)
    Quantified decision-making refers to the scaling of factors such as crime seriousness, risk assessment, violation severity, and punitive responses or intensity of surveillance. As such, it is largely based on the justice ...
  • Pretorius, Alta (2009-08)
    A prisoner who's behaviour is causing a security risk for his fellow prisoners, has to be separated from the rest of the prison population. His aggressive and violent attitude as well as his rejection of authority will ...
  • Van der Westhuizen, Barend Marthinus (2005-06)
    In this research project the overcrowding problem in South African prisons will be analysed as well as the influence it had on the rehabilitation of offenders. The problem of overcrowding in South Africa's prisons is very ...
  • Luyt, Willem Frederik Muller (1999-06)
    Research into unit management in prisons was necessitated by a need to change the way in which South Africa deals with prisoners. The lack of respect for human dignity, poor control in prisons before and after demilitarisation ...
  • De Villiers, Elizabeth Ann (2009-08-25)
    This thesis is an attempt to give a penological evaluation relating to A comparative penological investigaion regarding Correctional Policy and Legislation, which is the aim of this research. This penological literature ...

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