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  • Mashabela, Manaso Pelmos (2010-10)
    One of the fundamental objectives of the criminal justice system in any country is to punish, rehabilitate, deter, incapacitate and reintegrate offenders into communities. The main motive of punishment therefore is to ...
  • Labane, Aaron (2013-10-16)
    Since the Department of Correctional Services has been transformed into an institution of rehabilitation and the promotion of corrections has become a societal responsibility, there is a new dimension to the classification ...
  • Muthaphuli, Phumudzo (2009-08-25)
    Every human being deserves to have their rights respected all the times. Not only does the correctional system have the responsibility to rehabilitate offenders before they are released to the community but also to respect ...
  • Bruyns, Hennie, 1959- (1999-06)
    Die tradisionele benadering tot bestuur het die Suid-Afrikaanse korrektiewe sisteem sedert sy ontstaan gedomineer. Die vraag wat ontstaan, is of daar enige praktiese, werkbare altematiewe is, veral omdat die huidige ...
  • Louw, Francois Christiaan Marthinus (2009-08-25)
    The transformation of the Department of Correctional Services into an institution of rehabilitation and the promotion of corrections as a societal responsibility brought a new dimension to the release policy of South Africa. ...
  • Nxumalo, Thamsanqa Elisha (1997-11)
    The purpose of Parole Supervision is in twofold, namely: ... The successful reintegration of the offender to the community; and ... The protection of the community against further criminal behaviour by parolees. The ...
  • Bothma, Roelf Gerhardus Petrus (2014-11-)
    The rationale of this research is to present a scientifically founded comparative study regarding parole. The comparisons are summarised on a theoretical and fundamental basis regarding: Release on parole:: A Penological ...
  • 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 ...
  • Ovens, Michelle (1998-11)
    Drug policy and the treatment of drug offenders' is an area that receives much attention worldwide. Because of the authorities' apparent inability to deal with this form of crime, it has universally been deemed necessary ...
  • Matshaba, Thabiso Donald (2011-11)
    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the implementation of the components of unit management, namely; architecture, case management, risk management and human rights in South African Youth Development Centres. The ...
  • De Villiers, Elizabeth Ann (1999-11)
    Hierdie verhandeling is 'n poging om 'n teoretiese-prinsipiele uiteensetting te gee omtrent voorvonnisevaluering vanuit 'n penologiese gesigspunt. Met voorvonnisevalueringsverslae word daar gepoog om op 'n sinlike manier ...
  • 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 ...
  • Singh, Shanta (2009-08-25)
    The World Prison Brief Walmsley (2001:2) reveals that there are 8,7 million people held in penal institutions throughout the world, either as pre-trial detainees or having been convicted and sentenced. Although the rising ...
  • Shabangu, Kosabo Isaac (2009-08-25)
    Incarceration of offenders has been relied upon as the dominant sentence option through the years to address the objectives of punishment. Research has shown that the above-mentioned approach does not match the current ...
  • 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 ...
  • Palmer, Eshaam (2009-08-25)
    Since 25 January 1994, when the interim Constitution came into operation, South Africa's criminal justice system became subject to constitutional provisions, especially the Bill of Rights. All forms of punishment and ...
  • 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 ...
  • Visser, Johannes Gresse (2009-10)
    The aim of this dissertation is to place the phenomenon of the overpopulation of South African prisons in perspective and to rectify the current situation in search of possible solutions. Since 1981, when this phenomenon ...

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