Case Management: Challenges & Misconceptions

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    • 00:03

      SPEAKER 1: Some of the current challengesin the field of corrections, and in case Management particular,is we're really focusing on trying to incorporate evidencebased practices and cognitive programming.We really want to get offenders to startthinking about or changing their mindset, their attitudes,

    • 00:24

      SPEAKER 1 [continued]: so they don't create victims in the future.It's very difficult because in many cases,we had offenders that were raised in a crime environment.It was the norm in their household.We give them two or three hours of programming per day,and we sent it back out into the facilities

    • 00:45

      SPEAKER 1 [continued]: where they're around others that may not havethe same desires to change.When they go back out on parole, theymay go back to the same family environment.Same peers or gangs.So it's difficult to really inspire that changeand have a hold over when they get released.So some of the myths or misinterpretationsof the Department of Corrections I get from most people

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      SPEAKER 1 [continued]: is the fact that they get what they knowfrom television, like Lock Up.A lot of these things don't happen on a daily basis.They think that that's what happens every day,and we're always going in and doingforce cell entries and people are killing each other.These things, they don't take place every day.A lot of day is typically mundane.

Case Management: Challenges & Misconceptions

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Joe Salomon discusses the challenges of case management and implementing evidence-based practices.

Case Management: Challenges & Misconceptions

Joe Salomon discusses the challenges of case management and implementing evidence-based practices.

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