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CRI3105 Community Corrections (Theory and Practice)
Credit Points: 15

This unit aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of community corrections and the influence and development of community corrections from different philosophical, theoretical and political perspectives. The principles, nature, concepts and facets of community corrections from a victim, offender, worker and community perspective are examined. The effectiveness of community corrections as an alternative to imprisonment, and the various challenges and contemporary issues facing community corrections in Australia are also explored.



This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G81Bachelor of Criminology and Justice
E73Bachelor of Science (Security and Justice Studies)
DMPSCRPsychology and Criminology Double Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/09/2006 VET: 30/09/2006