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Basic Training Manual for Correctional Workers

Basic Training Manual for Correctional Workers

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International Scientific and ProfessionalAdvisory Council of the United NationsCrime Prevention and Criminal Justice Program (ISPAC)AndInternational Corrections and Prisons Association (ICPA)The Luigi Daga Project
BASIC TRAINING MANUALFOR CORRECTIONAL
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WORKERS
Prepared by Gary HillInstructor’s ManualGENERIC VERSION
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The term “corrections” and prison has the same meaning in this manual. The use of “corrections” has been chosen because most nations have moved from a system that is only punitive to one that is meant to help the offenders live alife that is crime free once they are released from custody.
 
BASIC TRAINING MANUAL FOR CORRECTIONAL WORKERS – GENERIC DRAFT – June 2006
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THIS IS A GENERIC DRAFT VERSIONDATE OF DRAFT is June 2006
BASIC TRAINING MANUAL COMMITTEE OF PRISON EXPERTS
This draft manual is the result of a collaborative effort with input, review, examples andsuggestions received from a variety of sources. Following are some of the major players who participated. I must apologize in that I am sure some individuals have been left out.
The original members of the committee which initiated the development of the BasicTraining Manual Project are:
Rohi BAALBAKI (Lebanon), Emilia BOUZON DE TERZANO (Argentina), Vincent DELBUONO (Canada), Gary HILL (United States), Konrad HOBE (Germany), Luigi DAGA (Italy),Anthony TRAVISONO (United States), A. NAGASHIMA (Japan), J. FEEST (UNICRI),Gerhard MUELLER (United States), R. WAREHAM/ Viola PLUMMER (North AmericanInternational Association Against Torture), Joseph A.A. ETIMA (Uganda), H. ZEID (SaudiArabia), Roy D. King (United Kingdom), Cristiina HUKKILA (HEUNI), Giaccmo CANEPA(Italy).
Providing significant input were:
Martine BIRLING (France), Mark BYERS (New Zealand), Robert CLARK (Scotland), LynnCUDDINGTON (Canada), Harold FOSKER (Norway), Robert GOBLE (United States), DavidMATHER (Australia), Leo R. JANSEN (Netherlands), Joe MCDERMOTT (Ireland), JamesMCDONALD (Scotland), Randy POLTARUK (Canada), Nicolas ROGGO (Switzerland), JosepMaria TAMARIT (Spain), Nuria TORRES (Spain), Dmitrij USIK (Lithuania), Jan VAN DENBRAND (Netherlands), Nadia VIGEL (France)
Reviewing the material and providing input were:
Ujo AGOMOH (Nigeria), Soraya Beumer (Netherlands), Nicholas BROOKE (England), BobBROWN (Canada), Dr. Johnson O.R. BYABASHAIJA (Uganda), Titus KONG LING CHICH(Singapore), James CHISHOLM (Scotland), Doris Y Y CHOW (Hong Kong), WilliamCONNOLLY (Ireland), Sione FALEMANU (Tonga), Daniel GUNN (Scotland), MatthewHamidullah (United States), Dr. M. Enamul HAQUE (Bangladesh), Isabel HIGHT (NewZealand), Helen HILTON (Scotland), HIROYUKI (Japan), Sio MEI HO (Macao), Lenin HOV(Cambodia), Mukete Tahle ITOE (Cameroon), Peter KAKOLA (Nambia), Christer KARLSSON(Sweden), Major Rashed Said GHANIM AL KHAYAREEN (State of QATAR), Ahnshik KIM(South Korea), Diane KNOPF (Canada), Leung-Ming KWOK (China), Jacqui LAW (Scotland),Roy LOUIS (Canada), Stephanie MACPHERSON (Canada), Joe Marchese (United States),Fidelis M. MBOYA (Tanzania), Marena MCLAUGHLIN (Canada), John MINJA (Tanzania),Paul MOYLE (Australia), Barry MULCAHY (United States), Dr. Robert NAGLE (UnitedStates), Rene NGWENYA (South Africa), Lt. Col. Zaal AL NOAIMI (State of Qatar), Slavi NOVAK (Slovenia), Lt. Col. John NURSE (Barbados), Sirilawan PANMADEE (Thailand),Chong Fung PING (Singapore), Bill RATTRAY (Scotland), Somphop RUJJANAVET(Thailand), Setha SAK (Cambodia), Sokhan SAMKOL (Cambodia), Akena SAMUEL (Uganda),
 
BASIC TRAINING MANUAL FOR CORRECTIONAL WORKERS – GENERIC DRAFT – June 2006
iiiJabu SISHUBA (South Africa), Terry SMITH (Turks & Caicos Islands), Marinela SOTA(Albania), Manap SRISUPHANTHAVORN (Thailand), Vitaya SURIYAWONG (Thailand),Ernest SYLVER (Ghana), Jenny THOMAS (England), Sebonyane Alfred TSETSANC (SouthAfrica), Sonia WALLACE (Jamaica), Bill WILKEY (United States), Yu XIAO (China), Dick YEUNG (Hong Kong), Lam YICK-KEI (Hong Kong).
Multi-national conferences to discuss the Draft Manual were held in:
Italy, Brazil, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Barbados, Uganda and Kyrgyzstan held multi-day meetingswhere the Draft Manual was the only topic. Discussion on the Manual were held at internationalconferences in Austria, Canada, South Africa, United States, China, Thailand, Lebanon,Ethiopia, Costa Rica, Hungary, Australia and Scotland.
Versions of the Draft Manual was used as a template by prison departments reviewingtheir own training programs in:
Somalia, Cameroon, Bosnia & Herzegovina and the Republika Surpska
Versions of the Draft Manual have been translated by nations reviewing it into:
English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic and Somalia.
The review and update process of the Draft Manual continues and it is thereforeconsidered a work in process.
Questions, comments, suggestions, additions can be sent to:Gary HillPO Box 81826Lincoln, NE 68501-1826USAPhone: 402 420-0602Fax: 402 420-0604Email: Garyhill@cega.com

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