'Prison' presentation slideshows

Prison - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


Difficult Bible Passages

Difficult Bible Passages

Difficult Bible Passages Jesus turned water into wine (John 2:1-11) Difficult passages sometimes used to cover sinful practices (2 Pet. 3:16) “twist the scriptures” All agree: Jesus turned water into “wine” What does Bible say about “wine?” Accurate Definition of Wine

By Faraday
(656 views)

Corrections Cont.

Corrections Cont.

Corrections Cont. Dr. Matt Robinson CJ 3532 “Injustice in America” Appalachian State University. Pains of Imprisonment. Prison is NOT a nice place See myths of prisons (pp. 284-289) Losses are enormous! Inmates suffer through “pains of imprisonment”. Pains of Imprisonment.

By ivanbritt
(359 views)

Emily van der Meulen, PhD, Department of Criminology, Ryerson University

Emily van der Meulen, PhD, Department of Criminology, Ryerson University

Harm reduction friend or foe? Correctional officers and prison-based needle and syringe programs. Emily van der Meulen, PhD, Department of Criminology, Ryerson University Rai Reece, PhD, Justice Services Program, Humber College Sandra Ka Hon Chu, LLM, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network.

By Rita
(223 views)

Getting the context right: rehabilitative culture in prison for men convicted of sexual offending

Getting the context right: rehabilitative culture in prison for men convicted of sexual offending

Getting the context right: rehabilitative culture in prison for men convicted of sexual offending. Dr Nicholas Blagden CPsychol nicholas.blagden@ntu.ac.uk @ drnblagden. Ralph Lubkowski Governor of HMP Stafford. Context.

By rafe
(80 views)

The Culture of Prison Violence

The Culture of Prison Violence

The Culture of Prison Violence. Guest Lecture: Issues Correctional Administration Feb.22, 2015 James Byrne, UML. USA and Mass Incarceration. Size : Over 5,000 prisons and jails operating in the USA today Incarceration Rates : 10-15 times higher than other developed countries

By parley
(678 views)

Non-custodial sentences

Non-custodial sentences

Non-custodial sentences. Crime & the law. Today We Will…. Identify the various alternative sentences which can be given in Scotland Describe the purpose of using alternatives to prison. Evaluate their effectiveness in combatting crime and re-offending. Success Criteria.

By kezia
(82 views)

Australia’s Prisoner Population: a Justice Re-investment Perspective

Australia’s Prisoner Population: a Justice Re-investment Perspective

Australia’s Prisoner Population: a Justice Re-investment Perspective. Tony Butler PhD Head, Justice Health Research Program. Presentation. Prisoner facts and figures – juvenile & adults Health status Challenges to Justice Reinvestment Future Justice Reinvestment research directions (IMHO).

By olympe
(251 views)

Who is sentenced to local custody?

Who is sentenced to local custody?

Public Safety Realignment Local custody for non-violent, non-serious, non-sex offenders Changes to State Parole Local Post-release Supervision Local Planning (Executive Committee).

By sef
(195 views)

Gerard Lemos, The Good Prison: conscience, crime and punishment

Gerard Lemos, The Good Prison: conscience, crime and punishment

Gerard Lemos, The Good Prison: conscience, crime and punishment. Rehabilitation and reducing reoffending for prisons, probation, charities and voluntary organisations. Courts and conviction. Sentence. Restoration. Motivation. Police and Prosecutor. Prison. Security.

By cathal
(117 views)

Jail Break

Jail Break

Jail Break. Here are 4 of the 100 prisoners in our jailhouse. Since these prisoners are very dangerous they need to have 1 prison warden each. That makes a total of 100 wardens and 100 prisoners in our jailhouse. Let’s meet some of them and see what they are up to.

By prue
(168 views)

Jennifer E. Johnson, Ph.D C. S. Mott Endowed Professor of Public Health Michigan State University

Jennifer E. Johnson, Ph.D C. S. Mott Endowed Professor of Public Health Michigan State University

Creating an NIH career trajectory: Case example in mental health and substance use treatment research. Jennifer E. Johnson, Ph.D C. S. Mott Endowed Professor of Public Health Michigan State University. OR…. “The story of 13 NIH proposals ”

By kamal
(466 views)

Institutionalism A Theme developed in Shawshank Redemption

Institutionalism A Theme developed in Shawshank Redemption

Institutionalism A Theme developed in Shawshank Redemption. Convicted criminals are sent to prison to be rehabilitated so that one day they will no longer pose a threat to citizens on the outside. This is not the case at Shawsank Prison.

By dobry
(187 views)

Introduction

Introduction

CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICAL CHALLENGES OF LAW STUDENTS ASSISTING PRISONERS IN NIGERIA AND PAKISTAN Presented @ the Sixth International Legal Ethics Conference at the City University London UK, July 10-12, 2014 Prof . Amari Omaka Chukwu

By adem
(481 views)

Culture Project: Life in Prison

Culture Project: Life in Prison

Culture Project: Life in Prison. By: Alissa Silber Sociology Class: 2. Technology. Cell locks Intercoms Walkman TV Radio Prison phone. Symbols. Inmate number (ex: F24447) Tattoos with gang affiliations Hand gestures. Language. Called “Prison Argot” Examples: Fish Cellie Homeboy

By milt
(114 views)

Getting Away with Murder, Or Not

Getting Away with Murder, Or Not

Getting Away with Murder, Or Not. Higgins O’Brien Spring 2012. “Prison is Too Good for Them”. A 2008 poll conducted by the National Opinion Research Center showed that 2/3 of citizens believe the courts are “too soft” on crime

By tamatha
(183 views)

Ukrainian FRAUDSTE iN $5 MILLION cYBER SCAM SENTENCED iN NEW YORK

Ukrainian FRAUDSTE iN $5 MILLION cYBER SCAM SENTENCED iN NEW YORK

Ukrainian FRAUDSTE iN $5 MILLION cYBER SCAM SENTENCED iN NEW YORK. WHAT. *A Ukrainian man -“ one of the premier vendors of stolen credit card data in the world ” * Egor Shevelev -participated in an international cybercrime ring

By beulah
(130 views)

 Paul in Prison for Good

 Paul in Prison for Good

 Paul in Prison for Good. READING Philippians 1.1-14.

By dareh
(51 views)

Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Section 3. Agents of Socialization. Agents of socialization are the specific individuals, groups, and institutions that enable socialization to take place. The primary agents are the family, peer group, school, and mass media. The Family.

By kirima
(139 views)

Egypt and the Bible

Egypt and the Bible

Egypt and the Bible. Developed by P. Evans. Journey to Biblical Egypt. Welcome to Egypt. Egypt and the Bible. The Bible is filled with stories about Egypt’s relationship with God’s people. Egypt played varying roles in the lives of Bible figures. It spans Genesis to the gospel.

By olisa
(198 views)

Prof. Peter Sinapius PhD .

Prof. Peter Sinapius PhD .

Prof. Peter Sinapius PhD . “The Jail is looking at me like from a mirror; my mouth is closed like the door that keeps me in the morning from hate, from my own and from those, who have imprisoned me. I wish I could lose my mind in order not to understand the senselessness of my punishment .“

By althea
(143 views)

View Prison PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Prison PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Prison presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.