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Ex-Offenders Program Term Paper

… ¶ … Reform and Rehabilitation Program to Support Nonviolent Ex-Offenders

Ex-Offenders Problems

Programs in Other Countries

Opinions on Programs to Aid Ex-Offenders

Benefits of Rehabilitation

Programs That Work

Social Support For Ex-Offenders

This study focuses on the potential benefits of a rehabilitation and support program for non-violent ex-offenders in the community. The intent of the research is to gain insight regarding the critical elements necessary for a rehabilitation program to succeed and help reduce rates of recidivism in the community. After conducting an extensive preliminary literature review the researcher is able to identify multiple critical success factors for a successful ex-offender support program. In addition to the literature review the researcher proposes further investigation and field research that will examine inmates views and opinions regarding…. [read more]


Offender Reentry Program Proposal Term Paper

… Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 22, 119-142.

Kurki, L. Incorporating restorative and community justice into American sentencing and corrections, Research in Brief, Sentencing & Corrections: Issues for the 21st Century, Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, September 1999.

Maguire, K., & Pastore, A. (I 998). Sourcebook of criminal justice statistics, 1997. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice.

Martin, B. (2000). Calendar year 2000 time served report, Columbus, OH: Office of Policy, Bureau of Research, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

Petersilia, J. When prisoners return to the community. Political, economic, and social consequences, Research in Brief, Sentencing & Corrections: Issues for the 21st Century, Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, November 2000.

Piehl, A. (1998). Economic conditions, work,…. [read more]


Are School-Based Anti-Bullying Programs Decreasing the Rate of Victimization? Thesis

… School-Based Bullying

Prevention Programs

The problem regarding how schools may best make their environments physically and emotionally safe leads to the question: Does a school-based program decrease victimization? This leading question guiding the literature review addresses a critical concern challenging school officials and others interested in helping to ensure the safety and emotional well-being of youth. Determining what works best to confront violence and students being victimized, are interventions that help the child become stronger within himself. The program Olweus developed, which a number of school officials base their school-wide anti-bullying programs, on depicts an excellent example of one effective approach to counter bullying, victimization and violence.

During the study's literature review which examines the primary research question: Does a school-based program decrease victimization?, the…. [read more]


Establishing a Community Policing Program Term Paper

… ¶ … Establishing a Community Policing Program in an American Municipality Today

From a law enforcement and community relations perspective, it would just seem to make good sense to place as many police officers "on the beat" in any given community and this, in fact, has proven to be the case in cities across the country. Police officers on bicycles, all-terrain vehicles and horseback are becoming an increasingly common sight in the nation's park, beaches and public areas as well as homeland security has assumed an increasingly important role in law enforcement in post-September 11, 2001 America. Unfortunately, in some cases, community policing initiatives have met with a wide range of obstacles and constraints to their implementation from both external and internal sources. To this…. [read more]


Restore and Volunteer Programs Research Paper

… ¶ … international attention towards migrant health, reflecting acknowledgement of the need for improved and modified health systems to acclimatize to increasingly varied populations. Nevertheless, reports from numerous health policy experts in European nations suggest that by the year 2009, only 11 countries (in Europe) established national policies that improve migrant health and go beyond migrants' constitutional or legal right to care. The aim of this essay is examine policies of various countries from around the world concerning migrant health and strategies to address improving migrant healthcare and analyze their limitations and strengths in order to create a strategy that will identify gaps in current policies as well as offer a solution. The analysis from the research suggests that the majority of national policies concerning…. [read more]


Restoring Investor Confidence in Audits and Financial Statements Essay

… Public Confidence in Accounting

Restoring Investor Confidence in Audits and Financial Statements

Scandals in the accounting profession have led to a sense of mistrust among the public. Investors depend on the accuracy of accounting statements to make key financial decisions. They must feel that they can trust the information on the accounting reports in order to make the best decisions with their money. Restoring public trust has been a key focus of the accounting profession and regulators for the past decade.

Attempts to restore public trust in the accounting profession can be divided into two general categories. The first are legislative actions that impose stricter regulation on the accounting profession. The PCAOB is one of these measures. The PCAOB serves as an oversight board for…. [read more]


Population Groups Served This Services Grant Proposal

… H. Personnel Manager -- This position cost $21,000 $, but only 16,000 will be paid for by this Grant plus $4,000 in fringe benefits, this will be paid by the Grant.

I. Housekeeping -- The Four housekeeping positions cost $10,000 each plus $2,500 in fringe benefits, this will be paid by the Grant.

J. Maintenance- The Two positions cost $10,000 each plus fringe benefits of $2,500, this will be paid by the Grant.

K. The Fringe benefits are estimated at 25% these include: FICA, ESC, workers compensation Insurance, Health Insurance and 401(K)

Travel

$1,900 will be paid from the Primary Grant award

A. The Director will attend the annual Regional Conference hosted by DHSS. Air travel will cost $350, meals will cost $120 and $180…. [read more]


Program Attendance Policy Proposal Term Paper

… " (Garry 1996).

For these and other reasons it is accepted that the standards and practices of the alternative school institution must offer a more flexible and/or more non-traditional set of standards. These standards must promote growth in the learning environment rather than the re-institutionalization of earlier penal style standards and codes that failed to meet the emotional or educational needs of special needs students. Of course directed consideration of safety within the school setting is also important a prison like inflexibility does not serve the needs of student, staff or community and in fact directly contradicts the goals of the P.A.S.S. program.

School administrators are in a position to see firsthand the impact of truancy on students. Most school administrators, however, attempt to change…. [read more]


Parenting Program for Women in Drug Treatment Thesis

… Parenting Program for Women and Children in Residential Treatment



Addiction is something that has been around for many years, and there have been increasingly new ways of treating it that have been created over the course of much research and study. There are many different forms that addiction takes, and there are many different drugs and substances that someone can become addicted to, even if they are not of the age that most people would think of when they picture people that would start down that particular road. Most individuals think of addicts as primarily young, minority men in their 20s and 30s that rob, steal, and cause other problems in order to get their drugs or alcohol. However, there are also…. [read more]


Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling Essay

… The professional strengths that I have acquired and have seen counselors make use of their field of practice are elaborated in the following paragraphs. Meanwhile, for professional growth it is important that professionals should analyze the limitations pertaining to the field of practice.

Strengths

When I make an analysis of the professional strengths related to the field of counseling I find that if a counselor has the ability to make effective cognitive interventions, it can be one of his or her most valued professional strength. Many accomplished counselors like Iwona (2012) believe that if you have the ability to make cognitive interventions, you will be able to modify the thoughts as well as the drug-related beliefs of the clients as well.

Being warm, non-judgmental and…. [read more]


Markeaton Park Is Derby Case Study

… While there are a number of activities for children now available in the park, of course, these are not keyed to its historic features, a point that should be remedied (Adams 1991).

The above suggestion is one example of the overall shift in operational vision for the park. Whenever possible, the historic footprint of the hall (as well as older building on the site) should be highlighted if park officials are to benefit from strategies that other historical parks have followed (Adams 1991). Such highlights can include relatively simple and inexpensive restoration of flowering borders to species appropriate to the era in which the beds were first laid out to moving the tennis courts from their current position where they interfere with viewing some of…. [read more]


Museum Methods Term Paper

… Although I agree with the basic structure of this definition, I would prefer more emphasis on the level of required professional standards necessary to designate an institution as a museum. Many non-profit institutions are established to enrich our society including, schools, libraries and community social and cultural organizations. Many of these institutions are essential in the preservation of values and identity and education of our citizens. The term museum should not be generally applied to these entities simply because they offer public enrichment under a non-profit designation. Museums should also be very clear in determining the scope of the institution; their role should be defined with clarity and selectivity, and with a recognition of wider social and cultural purpose. Attracting individuals with comparable interests to…. [read more]


Wildland Recreation Management National Fire Plan and Community Preparedness Thesis

… National Fire Plan & Community Preparedness

What is National Fire Plan

Importance of Community Preparedness

Fire Wise

Recent Efforts and Challenged

Political Considerations

Current Applications

Year Implementation Plan

Project Wildfire

Developing Community Plans

Future Issues and Concerns

Lack of Concern and cooperation in some communities

Making the Message Personal

Lack of Personnel and Resources

Need for Education and Efforts to Foster Social Responsibility

Common elements of Success

Overcoming Obstacles

Fostering Higher Levels of Supp

National Fire Plan & Community Preparedness

Every year millions of dollars of property and thousands of acres of U.S. forest succumb to fire damage. As the population the United States increases, more people are moving into fire-prone areas. This places their lives and property at-risk; it also increases the likelihood of…. [read more]


Community Policing Is a Philosophy Essay

… The program offers career orientation practice, leadership occasions, and community service actions. The main goals of the program are to aid young adults choose a career path within law enforcement and to challenge them to become responsible citizens of their communities and the nation (Law Enforcement Career Exploring, 2011).

Agencies from federal, state, and local levels manage the Law Enforcement Exploring programs throughout the United States. The preponderance of the community programs are administered by local police departments, including Sheriffs, Chiefs of Police, and State Police. In addition, numerous federal agencies offer their support. "The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Federal Air Marshal Service, U.S. Army Military…. [read more]


Working With a Diverse Population Term Paper

… By restoring the mind, one restores the body -- and vice versa.

Also, in the clinic, I have performed emergency life-saving procedures in cases such as cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, massive hemorrhage, or similar emergencies, as necessary -- drawing upon my willingness to work independently as well as part of a team in the field of medicine. But communication, whether with patients regarding their at-home treatments or the staff one works with, is always key.

I have come to realize that technically, health care is changing all the time. In my previous work for Ameriscan, to take just one example, I was able to become fluent in the necessary expertise to operate state-of-the-art equipment that is presently available in only seven facilities in the United…. [read more]


Central Park Reservoir Restoration Research Paper

… Restoration of Central Park Reservoir

The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir is a 106-acres body of water located in the middle of Central Park and was completed in 1862. The reservoir holds one billion gallons of water and formerly distributed fresh water to Manhattan residents. The reservoir has stopped serving this function and its future is perpetually under discussion. The task of this study is to create a restoration vision for the reservoir area and draft an outline plan for implementation of the restoration through defining a clearly supported restoration goal and taking into account the various stakeholders and continued uses of the area. Ecological restoration is reported to refer to "the renewal of a degraded, damaged, or destroyed ecosystem through active human intervention." (Humboldt State…. [read more]


Visualize My Career, I See Myself Helping Research Proposal

… ¶ … visualize my career, I see myself helping troubled youth, either in a juvenile detention center or in a public outreach program. I see myself helping restore hope and faith in humanity at a shelter for battered women. I see myself counseling and aiding those who are less fortunate. I see myself making a difference, and I know that the Clinical and Mental Health Counseling Master's Degree program at UCLA can help me to bring that career visualization to life. I've always had a deep, personal desire to help other people. I want to reach out to those who are abused, less fortunate, or otherwise disadvantaged and make their lives better. This is not something that I decided I wanted to do last week…. [read more]


Personal Statement: My Motivation Towards Becoming a PA Admission Essay

… I have also served in various positions of responsibility, with most of the said responsibilities giving me an opportunity to work closely with physicians in the delivery of quality care to patients. These roles are highlighted in my resume.

I believe that my personality, experiences, and disposition fit perfectly with the role of a physician assistant. I truly love emergency medicine and the fast-paced nature of such an environment. Further, I am also cognizant of the fact that to succeed as a PA, I ought to be a quick thinker and possess excellent eye coordination. These are qualities that have been tested in my previous engagements, as has been pointed out in my resume. It is for this reason that I would like to be…. [read more]


Overcoming the BP Crisis Research Proposal

… ¶ … BP Crisis

The recent explosion and spill involving the Deep Water Horizon well that is owned by BP in the Gulf of Mexico; has created heated debate about how the company is handling the situation. What happened was various executives claimed before the accident that the techniques used for deep water exploration, were considered to be a safe and reliable way to drill for oil. The lack of regulation and number of short cuts that were used by the company; created a situation that would contribute to the accident, which helped cause the environmental disaster. (Jonsson 2010) to make matters worse, many of the company executives appeared to be out of touch with reality, as their actions or lack actions, would increase the…. [read more]


Palm Gardens Center for Nursing Thesis

… The Palm Gardens Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation

The palm Gardens Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation is one of New
York's most prominent facilities of this kind. The center was established
in 1970 and is located in Brooklyn. Since its establishment, Palm Gardens
has continuously developed its services. As a consequence, the center has
become a proof of excellence and innovative activity in the health care
field.
The Palm Gardens Center's organizational mission is "to provide
comprehensive services for restoring maximum functional abilities to
individuals recovering from medical and surgical interventions/injuries.
The program is dedicated to providing patient centered, outcome driven,
cost-effective rehabilitation services" (The Palm Gardens Center, 2005).
The center is Medicare and Medicaid certified.
During the 1990s, the Palm Gardens Center developed its…. [read more]


Tsunami Relief and Reconstruction Term Paper

… In addition, large areas - approximately 300 kilometres of coastal land area have been degraded or lost (Asian pp).

Three major industrial sites are confirmed to be damaged, Pertamina, an oil depot in Krueng/Banda Aceh, Pertamina, oil depot in Meulaboh, and Semen Andalas Indonesia, a cement factory in Banda Aceh, resulting in possible contamination, including negative effects to human health and the environment, remain a matter of serious concern (Asian pp).

In January 2005, more than 13,000 members of the American military were serving the victims of the Asian tsunami. And though many governments, charities and individuals from around the world have rallied to help, the American military is the relief operation's backbone, especially in Indonesia (Spaeth pp). Region wide, the Pentagon has dispatched an…. [read more]


Florida Everglades National Park Life Essay

… While it may be difficult to grasp, the individual can have a positive impact on the rebirth of this valuable, protected area. According to the University of Florida's IFAS Extension Department, one of the most important things that a person can do to help protect the Everglades is to visit and learn more about this area. "Visit the Everglades and see for yourself why the world recognizes this unique natural area as an International Biosphere Reserve," The University of Florida IFAS Extension website says (para. 2). "Every day presents an opportunity to learn about Florida's unique environment, the wildlife that thrives there, and why it is important to conserve, manage, and protect our natural resources." They go on to stress the importance of making a…. [read more]


Grandmother Had a Stroke and My Sister Term Paper

… ¶ … grandmother had a stroke and my sister and I helped take care of her in our house. We fed her, helped her bathe, and read to her. She had a registered nurse visit once a week but it was my sister and I who provided her with the daily care she needed to be comfortable and recover. Within several months of her stroke my grandmother's speech was more than partially restored without requiring the assistance of a speech therapist and I believe firmly that were it not for my sister and I reading to her every day she might not have recovered so gracefully or completely. This experience was the first of my nursing career. Although I was not paid for my services,…. [read more]


Students, the University Experience Term Paper

… Often, in inner-city and urban grammar schools, the relative dearth of financial backing deprives the children thereof of the extra-curricular benefits inherent in suburban schools. Artistic pursuits often are the victim of low funding, leaving more abstractly inclined children without an appropriate outlet. This can both manifest itself negatively in the child's disposition, behavior and grades and in the child's missed opportunity. This could be a route through which to uncover obscured talents in underachieving children and to provide greater access to success for those already cognizant of their abilities. And it goes without saying that providing inner city children with any structured activity after-school when circumstances may have not otherwise provided such a luxury could prove to be a valuable influence.

The respective communities…. [read more]


Republican (GOP) Primaries of 2012 Research Paper

… GOP Primaries

http://www.politicalruck.us/857/mitt-romney-you-can-win/

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The 2012 Republican primaries have been exceptionally heated this election cycle. Compared to four years ago, John McCain had already clinched his nomination by sidelining Mitt Romney by this point and seemed to be in a good leveraging position against the still competing democratic candidates, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. This year, however, Mitt Romney is back in the contest and is facing off against three Conservative candidates, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, and Rick Santorum. Of these three, Rick Santorum has given Mitt Romney the most trouble in his two-year march to the nomination, and has spent countless hours trying to frame Mitt Romney as an opportunist politician who is spending his way to victory. All three Republican candidates…. [read more]


Size/Cooperative Learning and IT's Effects Term Paper

… African-American students seem to profit more from the SAGE experience than white students when compared with non-SAGE students. The achievement gap between African-Americans and white students widens each year (Smith, et.al. 2003).

It has been noted that class size initiatives have enjoyed wide spread support from parents, teachers, and the general public. People will still believe that smaller class sizes are a good idea and teachers report experiencing lower levels of stress and job dissatisfaction with smaller classes. This is primarily because they are better engaged with each student, and therefore, student motivation increases and discipline problems decrease. Parents believe that a teacher's individualized instruction leads to improvements in a child's academic performance. This is apparent because teachers with smaller classes have more time to…. [read more]


Drug Courts the Department Term Paper

… The treatment providers are now left free to maintain the treatments and therapy necessary for the success of the program. It is their duty too to maintain communication with the Drug Courts about the progress of treatment and the resulting rewards and sanctions that would be awarded to the persons in the program. The stupendous success of the programs implemented by the Drug Courts of the U.S.A. may be due to, in large part, the strict implementation of rules and regulations to be followed by the drug users when they are within the program. The participant does follow the rules, of his own volition, and thus increases the effect of the program. 9

The rules are clear and stable and the participant's progress is measurable…. [read more]


Aboriginal People Are the Indians Essay

… The commitment of philosophy is woven in the ideal of capitalism in a free market economic system, to frame our political understanding of justice. Other ideas revolve around enjoyment of the same rights, benefits, and economic opportunities just like other citizens of the state (Turner, A.D. pg. 28).

Another Aboriginal theory of justice is the theory of restorative justice. Restorative justice is a form of criminal rehabilitation as opposed to punishment or criminal justice. Restorative justice is more concerned about how we should respond to the wrongdoings of criminals. We live in a relational universe, and harm done as a result of criminal acts threatens or sometimes destroys these relationships. It diminishes social worth of victims and offenders because it disconnects them with the rest…. [read more]


Nursing Is Changing. Recent Healthcare Essay

… I witnessed this fact firsthand during my own pregnancy, an arduous ordeal that left me bedridden for the duration of the three trimesters. I have rarely been in the position in which I have had to depend on the help of others for an extended period of time. However, it was my nurse practitioner, not my obstetrician, who continually worked with me to aid in the successful delivery of my daughter. She was instrumental in exemplifying the role of nurse practitioners, who are charged with not only determining a course of action to assist a patient, but also with partnering them in a way so that they deal with the individual vicissitudes that accompany most treatments. I felt very fortunate to have a nurse practitioner…. [read more]


Grief Schiz Precautions and Procedures Essay

… As depression itself has become better understood, so have its effects -- such as the potential for suicidal thoughts and actions -- and its mechanisms, and thus more effective ways of handling depression at all ages and for a variety of causes have also been developed (Beck & Alford, 2009; Bhatia & Bhatia, 2007). As many schizophrenics are diagnosed in adolescence, a focus on research in handling depression and suicidal tendencies in the adolescent age group was employed, along with specific information regarding depression in schizophrenics (Beck & Alford, 2009; Bhatia & Bhatia, 2007; Wittman & Keshava, 2007). In this way, a comprehensive safety plan was established.

First and foremost, cognitive behavioral therapy is recommended for the treatment of depression in children and adolescents prior…. [read more]

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