Recruitment and selection within health and social care Recruiting a new employee to our home is a very complex process. From conducting the interviews and collecting the references of candidates to the final selection, the process is covered by many laws. These laws are implemented to ensure that: The recruitment process will be equal and fair and applicants are not discriminated against on the grounds of age, sex or ethnicity, and applicants who reply have the right to work in the UK Firstly we place an ad with the local jobcentre plus, we then make sure that we do not discriminate against anyone in the process on the grounds of age, sex or race. This can be positively or negatively, for example - "We want a keen young trainee"
Amy Palmer Rights of inmates Everest College Online All inmates have equal rights that are protected by the U.S Constitution no matter what the prisoner may have done. These rights include the Pre-trial detainees; Inmates have the right to be free, under the Eighth Amendment, Inmates have the right to be free from sexual crimes, including sexual harassment, Inmates have the right to complain about prison conditions and voice their concerns about the treatment they receive. These are just a brief description of the few rights that inmates have there are many more that I will be discussing in this essay. Inmate rights have been changing in correction faculty’s around the world since the late 1970’s. One that really needed to change was the living conditions in jails and the ones that were in charge of inmates (Todd R.CLear, 2011).
As in everything in life there is always room that something can be changed to make it better, and the idea of rehabilitation is no different. Rehabilitation is a very useful tool utilized by the court. According to The Free Dictionary (2014), rehabilitation is the process of preparing a prisoner for a productive life upon release from prison. So what this means the prisoner receives classes and special treatment to ensure that they can live a proper life once they are given their second chance into society. The process of rehabilitation will begin in prison and will continue once the inmate is released into society.
The key development of prisons is how they have progressed into becoming more humane and how their objective has changed. Their initial objective started off not really about punishment but now, prison is the main form of punishment. The gradual development of the UK constitution and the constitutional law becomes noticeable. It relates to the power and individual liberty i.e., the monarchs and the relationship of the
This increase is largely due to added staffing levels, new prisoner programs and rights, care of the elderly, and less lenient laws. Privatization is the answer to this growing problem. Privatization is the answer to the Federal Prison System Bureaucracy The Federal prison system is a nationwide system of prisons and detention facilities for the incarceration of inmates who have been sentenced to imprisonment for Federal crimes and detention of individuals awaiting trial in Federal court. The Federal Bureau of Prisons was established in 1930 to provide a more progressive and humane care for Federal inmates, to professionalize the prison service, and to ensure consistent and centralized administration of the 11 Federal prisons in operation at that time. Today, the Bureau consists of 98 institutions, 6 regional offices, a Central Office
Roles of Corrections Officers Angela Primiano CRJ 303 Corrections Instructor: Jonathan Sperling June 6, 2013 A correctional officer is responsible for the safety and security of prisoners as well as the supervision in the prison or jail. Correctional Officers are responsible for the safety and security of the facility the same as the prisoners. Accomplishing this is not an easy task as they must maintain order by enforcing rules and regulations. It is important for the correctional officer to provide custodial care necessary for the well-being and security of inmates incarcerated in the prison or jail. A correctional officer has many duties as they have to processing new inmates, supervising inmate visitation, prepare inmates to be transported to court appearances, distributing food to inmates, handling control room operations, and reviewing and verifying inmates trust fund accounts, assisting victim’s advocates, conducting security checks and overseeing the inmates sentence calculation and releases by reviewing court commitments.
Parole conditions imposed determine the amount of freedom versus restrictions a parolee has. The main goal of parole is societal protection, which is accomplished by enforcing parolee restrictions and providing services that assist in community reintegration while at the same time maintaining public confidence in parole (Williams, McShane, and Dolny 2000a). Whatever may be the primary goal behind parole release, conditions imposed play a big role in achievement and often determine whether the parolee succeeds or fails. Prisoner Perspectives on Getting Out Few studies have examined the prisoner’s perspective while on parole. Most researchers conduct studies about inmate life experiences inside prison, primarily because institutional prisoners make captive audiences.
Nevertheless, correctional administrators in the modern correctional facilities have been enlightened in that they recognize a broader responsibility and mission of prisons. Protecting the society from criminal acts by offenders serves as the complete mission of corrections in the U.S justice system. In order to accomplish this mission, prisons have to use a combination of strategies for surveillance and control of
However, the implementation of; Prison improvement program has made it possible for prison to preserve the basic human rights of inmates. A prison is a place that holds people who have been convicted, or found guilty, of serious crimes, although there are a number of reasons why we use imprisonment. Customary we use prison to deter those who commit crime, and also to serve as a punishment for those who commit crime. Nonetheless we also use prison to reform people in order to get them ready for reintroduction of society. The most important thing that we use prison for is to keep people in our society safe, and to offer protection.
The act empowers the Justice Department to receive funds in order to help state and local governments provide sex offenders with electronic surveillance units. This research paper will focus on the advantages of electronic monitoring of criminals and the effect is having on our society. Electronic Monitoring Electronic monitoring has been around for a long time, “The concept of electronic monitoring dates back to as early as 1919 when the Army