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University of Cebu Cebu City

COLLEGE of CRIMINAL JUSTICE I. II. III. COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE


: : CA 1 Institutional Corrections The course covers an examination of the history, philosophy and objectives of imprisonment and the development of prisons. A study of institutional agencies in the Philippines, to include BJMP which overseas city and municipal jails; provincial jails and the Bureau of Corrections and their institutions in terms of their structures, management, standards, programs and services. A critical analysis of the laws creating these agencies to determine areas for possible improvement. CRIM - 2 3 units: 1 Hour lecture/unit

COURSE DESCRIPTION :

IV. V. VI.

COURSE PREREQUISITE : COURSE CREDIT GENERAL OBJECTIVES


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At the end of the course, the student should be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. learn the historical development of penology; discuss the concept of punishment and its purpose; recognize the role of Corrections in the Criminal Justice System; orient themselves with the handling and treating of criminal offenders; know the standard rules in treating prisoners set by the United Nations; explain the classification process through which the rehabilitation, program of prisoners are carried out ; know the legal aspect influencing the Philippine Correctional System; and appreciate the importance of the Code of Discipline regarding the values of honesty, leadership and integrity.

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COURSE OUTLINE: LEARNING TASK/ACTIVITIES CONTENTS


Prelim a. Nature and Trends of Punishment from Pre-Classical School of Penology to the Present - Pre-Classical Theories - Italian or Positive Theories - Modern Clinical School - An Overview of Corrections b. Development of Modern Correctional Concepts and Standards - History of Corrections from the past to present - Early forms of Punishment - The Auburn and Pennsylvania System - The Reformatory Movement - The Classification Movement - The Development of Probation - The Development of Parole Midterm Film Journals Magazines

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
At the end of this period, the students are expected to: 1. explain the classical and positive theories of punishment; 2. trace the history of correction from the past to the present; 3. describe the early forms of punishment; 4. differentiate between probation and parole.

TIME ALLOTMENT INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(3 hrs. per week)

Books/ references Chalkboard and display board

Prayer before and after classes -Lecture (brief, informal, formal) -Discussion of selections

1. Explain the coordination and direction with the Criminal Justice System; 2. Compare between Institutional-

a. The Scope of Correctional Process: -Coordination and Direction with the Criminal Justice System -Coordination of Institution based Corrections

-Lecture (Brief, informal, formal) -Reading selection

(3 hrs. per week)

- Discussion selection

based and Corrections;

Community-based

-Coordination Corrections

of

Community-based -Writing Summaries

3. Differentiate between Bureau of Correction and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP

b. The Administrative Organization and Management of Institution Based Corrections: -Bureau of Jail Management and Penology -Bureau of Corrections -Provincial Jails -Lock-up Jails c. The Classification Process -Reception and Diagnostic -The Staff and their Functions -Admission Process -The Staff Conference -The Admission Summary -Transfer out of the Center -The Pre-release Treatment Semi-Final -Lecture (Brief, informal, formal) -Reading selection - Discussion selection

a. The Correctional Treatment Program -Goals of the Treatment Program 1. Explain the goal of the correctional -Employment of prisoners in and out of treatment program; prisons -Services and Activities in and out of 2. Classify the kinds of correctional prisons treatment programs; -Rehabilitation Programs: Its Application and Implementation -Sports and Recreational Activities -Health and Medical Services b. Custody, Security and Discipline -Operation Greyhound and Elimination of

(3 hrs. per week)

-Writing Summaries

Contrabands -Custody, Security, Control and Escorting 3. Identify contraband materials; of Inmates -Inspection of Jails, Security Facilities and 4. Discover the control procedures; Environment -Firearms, Tools, Keys and Weapons 5. Name Security facilities; Control 6. Describe the disciplinary -Discipline and Value Formation Programs and Processes procedures. -Prisoners Right -The Female and the Juvenile Offenders -Institutional Violence and Activities Final -Lecture (Brief, informal, formal) a. The Philippine Prison System -The Build Prison 1. Trace the history of prisons -Bureau of Corrections -The San Ramon Prison and and jails in the Philippines; Rehabilitation 2. Classify the kinds of prisons -The Iwahig Penal Colony -The Davao Penal Colony and jails in the Philippines. -The New Bilibid Prison -The Reception and Diagnostic Center b. Jail Administration -History of Jails -Types of Jails -District, City, Municipal -Lock-ups and Rehabilitation Center for Boys -Reading selection - Discussion selection

(3 hrs. per week)


-Writing Summaries

VIII. EVALUATIVE MATERIALS IX. X. COURSE REQUIREMENTS REFERENCES

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Daily quizzes, Oral recitation, Long exams. Periodic exams Submit analysis or summaries of each chapter 1. Correctional Administration (Institutional corrections) by: Chief Supt. Mercedes A. Foronda 2. Correctional Administration Reviewer by: Wiseman Trading 3. Current Issues/laws clipping in the local and national newspaper