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A branch of the Criminal Justice System concerned with the custody, supervision, and rehabilitation of criminal offenders.29
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A branch of the Criminal Justice System concerned with the custody, supervision, and rehabilitation of criminal offenders.
The reformation and rehabilitation of criminal offenders are provided in community / outside prison.
Correction as process
Division of Criminology
The following are the 3 Divisions of Criminology except:
Sociology of Law
It refers to the manner or practice of managing or controlling places of confinement in jails or prisons.
All of the above
The reformation and rehabilitation of criminal offenders are held inside a correctional institution or penal establishment.
Sociology of Law
Correctional as process45sEditDelete
It is the study of punishment for crime or criminal offenders.
The term penology is derived from Latin word "poena" which means
Penology is otherwise known as
It is the study and practice of a systematic management of jails or prisons and other institutions concerned with the custody, treatment, and rehabilitation of criminal offenders.
A person who is confined in prison pending preliminary investigation, trial or appeal.
Prohibited only by jail rules.
Classification refers to the assigning or grouping of inmates according to their sentence, gender, age, nationality, health, criminal records, etc is also known as ______________.
A warrant issued by a court bearing its seal and signature of the judge, directing the jail or prison authorities to receive inmates for custody or service of sentence imposed therein.
What correctional institution houses accused persons awaiting trial?
Which is a place of confinement for persons awaiting trial or court action and where the convicted offenders serve short sentences or penalty of imprisonment?
These were abandoned or un usable transport ships use to confine criminals during the early period of treating criminal offenders.
The first attempt to explain crime was made by
The basis of this old school of penology is the human free-will.
This refers to an inmate were death penalty or sentence imposed by the Regional Trial Court is affirmed by the Supreme Court.
In The Classical School Theory, the purpose of punishment is
absolute human free will
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