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Investigation and Classification

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Investigation and Classification

  1. The Department gives lectures to newly incarcerated inmates. It also takes direct and indirect surveys with regard to the inmates' physical condition, education, family status, personality, aptitude and IQ, social background, and previous criminal offenses. This enables them to formulate an individualized correction plan for each inmate.
  2. The Department holds weekly meetings with the new inmates in order to collect information as a resource for future individual study references.
  3. Edits and files information, including digitally photographing new inmates.
  4. Analyzes the causes and predicts tendencies for offenders to reoffend. Administers the necessary guidance, counseling and understanding to repeat offenders.
  5. In the case of sex offenders and domestic violent assaults when the inmate is either on probation or has been discharged from prison, the information relating to the particular inmate will be sent to the Prosecutor Agency Guardian of the Bureau of Social Affairs, and the Sexual Assault Prevention Center for follow up and further assistance.
  6. All inmates who have completed their time are presented with a Job Training Certificate and their relevant information sent to the Regeneration Protection Group for assistance with future employment. This data can be analyzed, studied and used for reference to assist in adjustments in vocational training classes and curriculum.
  7. Regular liaison to execute the related regeneration protection agenda with inmates who have been discharged from the prison.
  8. Introduces and advises inmates in order for them to connect with Community Resources.
  9. Job placement promotion will be conducted to inmates prior to discharge. For those that are willing, they will be refered to the Workforce Development Agency, Ministry of Labor for job placement services.

 

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