There were many topics mentioned, discussed, and considered in this unit as well as previous units, regarding corrections, especially prisons.In a well-developed research paper, you are to choose one of the three options below regarding prisons, and expand upon all parts asked of you in the topic you choose.BCJ 2002, Theory and Practices of Corrections 3Option 1:Your textbook and lecture from Unit I already covered many of the most influential reformers in corrections. Highlighting Mary Belle Harris, George J. Beto, Sir Samuel Romilly, or Elizabeth Fry specifically, pick one to analyze, and distinguish what he or she meant to corrections reform. Be sure to include specific information to support your case about the person you choose.Your response must be at least three pages in length, double spaced. You are required to use at least three outside sources, not including the textbook. You may use the textbook as a source, but, again, it does not count towards your three outside sources. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying APA citations.Option 2:Evaluate education and training programs that exist in jails and prisons across America. Explain why you believe that these programs are beneficial to the inmates they are designed to help. Justify why you think we spend too much money trying to rehabilitate offenders or possibly not enough money.Your response must be at least three pages in length, double spaced. You are required to use at least three outside sources, not including the textbook. You may use the textbook as a source, but, again, it does not count towards your three outside sources All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying APA citations.Option 3:The book discusses several populations of inmates in jails and prisons. Choose either mentally ill populations or elderly populations currently incarcerated. Examine the issues administration and line officers have to face as they pertain to these special populations of inmates. Compose additional measures of care that may be needed when housing these inmates.Your response must be at least three pages in length, double spaced. You are required to use at least three outside sources, not including the textbook. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying APA citations.
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