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Browsing College of Law by Subject "Parole"

Browsing College of Law by Subject "Parole"

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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Louw, Francois Christiaan Marthinus (2013-11)
    The researcher conducted a mixed method research study on parole violations from a South African perspective. In South Africa, there is limited research regarding the causes of parole violations. Thus, the study is mainly ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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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