This course examines correctional systems in Canada. It covers the history of corrections, the role of corrections in contemporary society, and the interrelationships between the various components (including community corrections and correctional institutions). Correctional treatment and aftercare are reviewed. Emphasis is placed on the formal and informal relationships that exist in correctional organizations, including the roles of both staff and inmates. Instruction (2.0). Equivalent to: COR-152, COR-150, CJP-150.
COR-1152 Fundamentals of Corrections - 3.00 credits