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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Hlongwane, Amon Lemmy (1998-11)
    The inmates who are serving life imprisonment are provided with the treatment programmes throughout their incarceration period until they are released from custody. In addition, they are afforded with their primary and ...
  • Nkosi, Majozi Ephraim (1998-11)
    The Department of Correctional Services sees the need for intensive preparation of inmates for reintegration into the community after release. Presently the Department of Correctional Services conducts pre-release preparation ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Van der Westhuizen, Barend Marthinus (1999-11)
    This research project was undertaken to establish what influence the lack of discipline amongst prisoners and members of Correctional Services has on the rehabilitation of offenders. A complete literature study was done ...
  • 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 ...
  • Du Toit, Pauline (2001-02)
    In the following theoretical study the phenomenon of boot camps is described within a penological perspective, as it has originated and developed and is applied in the United States of America. The primary aim of this study ...
  • Masiloane, David Tubatsi (2001-11-30)
    The aim of this study was to established whether police officials in Area Soweto understand the affirmative action that is taking place within the SAPS. A literature study on affirmative action was done and a questionnare ...
  • Du Preez, Nicolien, 1964- (2003-06)
    The research into case management was made necessary by the emphasis that the South African prison authorities of today placed on the rehabilitation of offenders. The lack of respect for human dignity, the need to reduce ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Plaatjies, Minette Feona (2009-08)
    This report is the culmination of literature study and semi-structured interviews which assisted in developing a Model for Implementation of Restorative Justice in the South African Correctional System. The study explores ...
  • 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 ...
  • Ajei, Martin Odei (2009-08-25)
    In post-colonial Africa, conceptions of the nature and purposes of development as well as the theories and strategies for achieving them have remained a territory traversed predominantly by non-African social scientists. ...
  • 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 ...

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