The Science Of Penology; The Defense Of Society Against Crime by Henry Martyn BoiesThe Science Of Penology; The Defense Of Society Against Crime by Henry Martyn Boies

The Science Of Penology; The Defense Of Society Against Crime

byHenry Martyn Boies

Paperback | February 9, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1901 Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XV. THE INSTALLATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF PENAL AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS. The Kinds of Institutions Enumerated--Police Stations--Workhouses--County Jails--Who Should be Committed to Jail--Location and Construction of--Industrial Schools--For Boys--For Girls--Reformatories--Administration--Female Reformatories--Inebriate Asylums--Criminal Insane Asylums--Penitentiaries--Location--Accommodations--Discipline--Corporal Punishment--Dietary--The Wardens--Prison Laboratories--Summary. THERE are eight different kinds of institutions for the confinement of violators of the law required in the social war against the criminal class. Two of them, where prisoners are held by local authorities, are necessarily under local or municipal control. They are police stations, for the custody of the arrested who cannot be immediately disposed of by a magistrate; and workhouses, where drunkards, prostitutes, vagrants, beggars, and tramps can be temporarily restrained, punished, and made to earn the cost of their arrest and detention. The other six must be entirely under State control, because in them prisoners are confined under the laws of the State. They are: First: Jails, for the confinement of prisoners awaiting trial. Second: Industrial schools, for misdemeanants of school age. Third: Reformatories. Fourth: Asylums for inebriates, and for prostitutes. Fifth: Hospital prisons for the criminal insane, and insane convicts. Sixth: Penitentiaries for the incorrigible, and those sentenced for life. Police Stations should be conveniently located near the centre of each district or precinct. They should be provided with a general office, private offices for the captain, the probation officer, and the matron, with a day-room, and a dormitory sufficient for all officers o...
Title:The Science Of Penology; The Defense Of Society Against CrimeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:108 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:February 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217370268

ISBN - 13:9780217370264