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  1. Correction Pillar • Correction • Is that branch of the administration of criminal justice charged with the responsibility for the custody, supervision and rehabilitation of the convicted offender • Jail • Institution of the confinement of persons who are awaiting final disposition of their criminal cases and also for the service of those convicted and punished with shorter sentences, up to 3 years • Prison • Institution for the confinement of persons who have been convicted by final judgement by the court in which the penalty is more than 3 years

  2. Penalty more than 3 years Only convicted Prisons are under the Bureau of Corrections Headed by a Superintendent Jail Prison • Penalty up to 3 years • Convicted or pending trial • Provincial Jail is under provincial government, Municipal and City District Jail are under Bureau of Jail Management and Penology • Headed by a Warden

  3. Classification of Inmates • Sentenced Prisoner • Are those convicted by final judgement of the crimes in which they were charged • Detention Prisoner • Are those who are detained for the violation of law or ordinance and have not been convicted • Persons held for investigation or safekeeping

  4. Classification of Sentenced Prisoner • Prisoner • A person who is sentenced to serve a prison term of over 3 years or to pay a fine of more than P1,000.00 or both fine and imprisonment • Provincial Prisoner • A person who is sentenced to serve imprisonment for not more than 3 years or to pay a fine of not more than P1,000.00 • Municipal Prisoner • A person who is sentenced to serve imprisonment for not more than 6 months

  5. Degree of Custody of Prisoners • Super Security Prisoner • Incorrigible, intractable, and dangerous persons who are difficult to manage that are source of constant disturbance even in maximum security institution • Maximum Security Prisoner • Chronic trouble makers but not as dangerous as super security prisoner • Medium Security Prisoner • Who may be allowed to work outside the fence of the institution under guard escorts • Minimum Security Prisoner • Trusted to report to their places of work assignments without the presence of guards

  6. Admission Procedures in Prison • Receiving • Checking commitment paper • Establishing identity of prisoner • Searching the prisoner • Assignment to quarters

  7. Quarantine Unit or Cell • Section of the Reception and Diagnostic Center (RDC) where the prisoners are given thorough physical examination including blood test, x-rays, inoculation, vaccination for the purpose of insuring that the prisoner is not suffering from any contagious disease which might be transferred to other prisoners.

  8. Aims of Institution Security • Prevention of escapees • Control of contrabands • Maintenance of good order

  9. Phases of Treatment Program • Prison education • Work programs • Religious services • Health and medical services