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Lecture 12

CRM 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Rhode Island Department Of Corrections, Kingston Penitentiary, Solitary Confinement


Department
Criminology
Course Code
CRM 1301
Professor
Carolyn Gordon
Lecture
12

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Julia Quast
CRM 1301 C
March 3rd, 2017
Prisons Note Continued
Q: Which country has the highest rate of incarceration?
A: The United States of America
Q: Name some countries that have very low rates of incarceration
A: Norway, Finland, Japan, India, Denmark, Sweden
Watched video on prisons in Philippines:
- Prisoners danced to deter violence
- Put on public shows (form of humiliation)
Benefits:
- Unity
- Teaches them to work with other people
- Discipline
- Societal integration
- More humane
Disadvantages:
- They are not reflecting on what they’ve done
- Glorifies the idea of being in prison
Adult Correctional Institutions across Canada:
216 facilities total
Jail (2years less a day) 173
Prison (2years more a day) 43
Federal Prisons Costs Male v. Female:
Male 117k max. 91k min.
Female 211k
First Prison:
- Opened June 1st, 1835
- Kingston Penitentiary
- Closed September 30th, 2013
Based on the Auburn Model:
- Silent association
- Maintained Pennsylvanian model
- Alone in the cell all the time
- First prison model ever
- Solitary confinement
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