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Neutralizing inmate violence

juvenile offenders in institutions

by Barry C. Feld

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Published by Ballinger Pub. Co. in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Massachusetts.
    • Subjects:
    • Juvenile delinquency -- Massachusetts.,
    • Juvenile corrections -- Massachusetts.,
    • Subculture -- Massachusetts.,
    • Prison violence -- Massachusetts.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBarry C. Feld ; Center for Criminal Justice, Harvard Law School.
      SeriesSeries on Massachusetts youth correction reforms
      ContributionsHarvard Law School. Center for Criminal Justice.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV9105.M4 F44
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvii, 241 p. ;
      Number of Pages241
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4551935M
      ISBN 100884107906
      LC Control Number77021389

        Books, periodicals or other publications must be sent directly to an inmate from a publisher, mail order distributor, or bookstore. DO NOT attempt to send a package of any type to inmate -- it will be rejected. Books, periodicals or other publications forwarded to inmates must be sent through the United States Postal Service. Last year, out of about 6, gang-affiliated inmates in the system, we had only who indicated they wanted to disassociate from a gang. As time goes by and gang-affiliated inmates see there is an established program for getting away from the gang life, it is .

        If you fill a prison with the nation’s most dangerous people, that prison, naturally, will be a dangerous place. And even with Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary's notoriously strong security, those people occasionally strike with sensational violence. We look at some of the most grisly murders that took place at the hands of inmates at 'The Rock.'. The Assessments, Journaling Activities and Educational Handouts The Assessments, Journaling Activities, and Educational Handouts in The Domestic Violence Survival Workbook are reproducible and ready to be photocopied for participants’ use. Assessments contained in this book focus on self-reported data and are similar to ones used.

      In Sociology: A Review of New Books 10/2 (Feb./March, ): The Social Work Mystique, by Marie Mathews. In the Applied Sociologist Bulletin 4/1 (winter, ): Crime and Gerontology by Alan Malinchak. In Federal Probation 46/64 (July, ). Neutralizing Inmate Violence: Juvenile Offenders in Institutions by Barry Feld. The greatest strength of her book is the author’s ability to clearly explain the difference between the myth of prison violence and the social reality of the prisoner. She points to the usual suspects when discussing the roots of violence. Overcrowding is a chief contributing factor as inmates .


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Feld Cambridge, Massachusetts: Ballinger,+ xxvii pp., $ This article critically examines the prevailing judicial waiver statutes that require juvenile court judges to make individualized determinations as to a youth amenability to treatment and danger to.

He has written extensively on the transfer of serious juvenile offenders to criminal courts. He is author of Neutralizing Inmate Violence: Juvenile Offenders in Institutions; Rights of Minors;and Law and Society: Sociological Perspectives on Criminal Law.

For many inmates, there is an overwhelming sense of powerlessness when it comes to dealing with their lawyers and the court system, due to a basic lack of. Bad Kids: Race and the Transformation of the Juvenile Court (Oxford University Press, ) (recipient of the Outstanding Book Award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, and the Michael J.

Hindelang Outstanding Book Award from the American Society of Criminology), reprinted in part in Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Crime and Criminology (Thomas J.

Hickey, ed., McGraw-Hill. How Gangs Took Over Prisons. Originally formed for self-protection, prison gangs have become the unlikely custodians of order behind bars—and of crime on the streets.

This article was published in collaboration with Vice. S lant whispers and looming stares pass through the prison yard around p.m. It’s July, and hotter than usual on Michigan’s upper peninsula.

Gatherings of inmates begin to form: eight by the pull-up bars, four on the basketball court, nine behind the phones. Neutralizing inmate violence: Juvenile offenders in institutions (Series on Massachusetts youth correction reforms) by Barry C.

Feld avg rating — 0 ratings — published   A rash of incidents involving guards' use of violence against prisoners, sometimes caught on video, is fueling calls for accountability. Others say the focus should be on increasingly violent inmates. Inmates require books to earn their high school diplomas or to study for their GEDs.

They use books to educate themselves on the penal system, U.S. law, and to. BOP has created graphs which show the number of assaults on inmates and on staff that occur per 5, inmates (or the "rate of assaults") over time. The data used in the graphs come from the Chronological Disciplinary Records and include serious assaults (Prohibited Act that involve serious physical injury or threat of serious injury) and.

A federal monitor found that the number of times guards at the jail complex used force against inmates rose 54 percent, even as its population shrank. By. Prison violence is a daily occurrence due to the diverse inmates with varied criminal backgrounds in three different types of attacks are inmate on inmate, inmate on guard, and self-inflicted.

These attacks can either be impulsive and spontaneous or well-planned out and premeditated. Factors such as gang rivalries, overcrowding, minor disputes, and prison design contribute.

The present study used data from state prisons and measures of both individual and collective violence and attempted to identify the structural, managerial, and environmental determinants of prison disorder.

Findings suggest that poor prison management is a predictor of rates of assault toward inmates. T he guard-on-inmate violence that makes it to the news – an inmate in a wheelchair thrown down the stairs, women in Rikers who allege rampant sexual abuse – is just a fraction of the violence.

Abstract. For some time, corrections researchers have focused on the punitive and rehabilitative orientations of correctional officers. Relatively little research attention, however, has been devoted to understanding the support for these orientations among correctional workers responsible for the care and custody of juvenile delinquents.Education for prisoners is at their own expense through distance education courses or studies completed through U.S.

mail. While the case for prison education is clear, with many proven benefits for prisoners, their family, the community and the overall economy, over the past 20 years the U.S.

has cut funding for prison education, beginning with Congress passing the Violent Crime Control and. Violent behavior among prison inmates continue to rise.

There are certain prison rules that are set by the more dominant inmates and when those rules are broken by the less dominant inmates, there are consequences that must be suffered. These consequences include acts of violence being carried out against the “perpetrators.”.