Includes: historical perspective; an overview of boot camp goals, components, a results; state correctional programs in N.Y. State, Illinois, a Georgia; the Federal system; boot camps in county jails (Santa Clara County, CA); juvenile boot camps (California a Florida); different program models (discipline in Georgia; substance abuse programming in adult correctional boot camps; boot camps as an alternative for women); program design a planning (multisite studies; boot camps a prison crowding); a the future of boot camps. Charts, tables a photos.The problem with relying solely on a compliance model for boot camp programs is that it works only when participants ... denial is a natural healing and coping mechanism for reducing extreme negative stress and regaining equilibrium. Boot anbsp;...
|Title||:||Correctional boot camps|
|Author||:||Doris L. MacKenzie, Eugene E. Hebert, National Institute of Justice (U.S.)|
|Publisher||:||Diane Pub Co - 1996-11|