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Document 007806
Adult Internal Management System (AIMS): Implementation Manual
By Spieker, Diane J.; Pierson, Timothy A.. National Institute of Corrections. Prisons Division (Washington, DC). Missouri Dept. of Corrections and Human Resources. Planning, Research and Evaluation (Jefferson City, MO).
The purpose of AIMS, which is an internal classification method used to separate inmates within institutions, is to reduce inmate violence, victimization and other misconduct. This manual contains information about AIMS: its history, purpose, methods of staff training, implementation, and monitoring. (p.5).... Read More
69 p.
Document 007804
Behavioral Classification for Female Offenders: Research Report
By Quay, Herbert C.; Love, Craig T.. National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC). South Carolina Dept. of Corrections. Division of Classification (Columbia, SC).
Five patterns of behavior in institutionalized female offenders that are similar to patterns in male offenders are identified. These behavior patterns are aggressive, manipulative, dependent, inadequate, and depressed/anxious. They can be utilized to classify female offenders into behaviorally homogenous subgroups. (p.iv).... Read More
35 p.
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