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  • ISBN: 0642914273
  • ISBN13: 978-0642914279
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Australian Institute of Criminology (1978)
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Minimum standard guidelines for Australian prisons: Discussion paper ePub download

This document was drafted by a committee set up as a result of a seminar on penal philosophy conducted by the Australian Institute of Criminology in 1976

This document was drafted by a committee set up as a result of a seminar on penal philosophy conducted by the Australian Institute of Criminology in 1976. This seminar established ongoing relationships between those carrying responsibilities for corrections and those most vociferous in demands for reform. Note: Originally published in 1978. Second printing in 1984. Minimum Standard Guidelines for Australian Prisons: Discussion Paper. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

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The original Australian Prison Libraries: Minimum Standard Guidelines were released in 1990. Every prison or similar institution with an average prisoner population of 25 or more shall have its own library for the exclusive use of prisoners, similar to a local public library

The original Australian Prison Libraries: Minimum Standard Guidelines were released in 1990. The current version has been substantially revised and is partly based on the Guidelines for Library Services to Prisoners (3rd e., developed by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Lehmann & Locke, 2005). Every prison or similar institution with an average prisoner population of 25 or more shall have its own library for the exclusive use of prisoners, similar to a local public library. In the case of smaller institutions, prisoners shall be guaranteed an alternative that will equally serve their needs.

People incarcerated in Australian prisons or detained in custody often face complex problems with their health and wellbeing

The Red Book provides the general practice team with guidance on opportunistic and proactive preventive care. People incarcerated in Australian prisons or detained in custody often face complex problems with their health and wellbeing. The RACGP Standards for health services in Australian prisons are designed to support general practitioners working to achieve better health outcomes for people in custody. Provided under licence. This resource is provided under licence by the RACGP.

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Guidelines for library services to prisoners IFLA professional reports, No. 92. International Federation of Library . Training requirements and opportunities for prison staff are investigated, as this is a crucial element in prison library work

Guidelines for library services to prisoners IFLA professional reports, No. International Federation of Library Associations. Recent Trends in UK Prison Libraries. Training requirements and opportunities for prison staff are investigated, as this is a crucial element in prison library work. The article concludes that the prison library is at the heart of the prisoners' learning journey by assisting in functional and emotional literacy. Not only can the prison library help to bridge the digital divide and increase prisoners ICT skills, it also can instill a love of books and reading through exciting reader development projects.

The United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners ("the Mandela Rules") were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 17 December 2015 after a five-year revision process

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