Le Pantheisme; Principes de La Morale Universelle

 
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J B Fellens; United States Dept of Justice
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ISBN 10 : 1234522071 ISBN 13 : 9781234522070
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Description du livre RareBooksClub. Paperback. État : New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 88 pages. Original publisher: Washington, D. C. : Dept. of Justice, Review Panel on Prison Rape, 2010 OCLC Number: (OCoLC)682333129 Subject: Juvenile corrections -- United States. Excerpt: . . . It has been our experience that in order to protect youth from being sexually victimized in our programs, we must address the issue systemically by creating physically and emotionally safe environments that protect our youth from all forms of harm, whether that be emotional, verbal, physical, sexual, et cetera. Sexual victimization in institutions cannot be effectively dealt with in isolation or as a singular issue. At the core, all forms of institutional abuse create a lack of safety for young people, staff, and eventually for the public because young people 66 get released without having the root causes addressed. Missouris emphasis on building a therapeutic culture in its juvenile correctional facilities, Mr. Decker testified, does not come at the expense of weakened security: Security is a very important aspect of all programming. . . . Missouri has found that even with the best security tools and high-tech equipment, youth are still not protected from harm, and public safety may be compromised. Safety and security is actually enhanced by creating a humane culture of care. This is ultimately what 67 keeps young people safe, not hard work, fences or cameras. Mr. Decker stated that a safe environment in DYS facilities relies on five building blocks: ( 1 ) basic expectations, ( 2 ) basic needs, ( 3 ) engaged supervision, ( 4 ) clear boundaries in 68 communication, and ( 5 ) unconditional positive regard. Basic expectations are norms created for the program environment and how staff and students 69 are expected to treat one another. Basic needs are food, clothing, and shelter. Many young people who come under the protection 70 of juvenile facilities come from backgrounds where they did not get their basic needs met. Unless juvenile facilities meet the residents basic needs . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. N° de réf. du libraire 9781234522070

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