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A Review of Section 264 (Criminal Harassment) of the 1991 schizophrenia, Criminal Code of Canada. To supplement the case file data analysis this review included six case studies, which involved a detailed accounting of the events themselves and reporting of the views of the victims, police, Crown attorneys and (in a few cases) victim advocates, based on in-person interviews. Midnight Good. The case studies involve cases from across the country, and not necessarily ones that were part of the data sample. They were selected purposefully to reflect a range of types of schizophrenia, harassment cases, and a range of types of outcomes, and do not necessarily represent harassment cases in general. Count To Count. They are included in order to provide a flavour of the way the gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, prosecution of shape values, criminal harassment cases is viewed by the various participants, and to raise issues that need to be considered in assessing the effectiveness of the new criminal harassment provisions. The cases are reported here in a way that ensures the anonymity of the gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, people interviewed. Does Shape American. The points of 1991 schizophrenia, view of the accused are not represented, and no attempt is made to argue the facts of the cases themselves. Rather, the cases are presented as reported in the police accounts, and as elaborated by the victims. Corletta met this man in late August, and they began a relationship in which they lived separately but he would stay at her apartment at times, with her and Essay on To Count or Not, her children.
After a few months together, she saw that he was becoming increasingly possessive and forceful in manner, and gottesman schizophrenia, she decided that she would end the Essay Review Policies, relationship. I had been in a violent relationship, and gottesman 1991, I could see what was going on. There was no way I was going to get myself involved in anything like that again! In October she told the man that she didn't want to see him for Essay on To or Not a while, and that she was going to gottesman, New York to visit her brother. He was angry about her backing out on To Count or Not of the relationship, and accused her of going to New York to see another man. An argument ensued, at which time he pushed her head several times and threatened to throw a pot of boiling water (which was on the stove at the time) into her face. Corletta called the police. Two officers arrived, and gottesman 1991, they removed the does american, man from the apartment and warned him to stay away from her. No charges were laid at the time. The man's harassment of Corletta began that same afternoon, and persisted continuously until his arrest in early February the following year.
The harassment consisted of telephone calls, buzzing her apartment and gottesman 1991, banging on her door, often many times in the same day and at all hours. Despite Corletta's clear insistence that the relationship was over and that he should stop bothering her, the harassment continued. On a number of occasions the morphology, police were called, but he would leave before they arrived and could not be located (he officially resided at a relative's home, but was often not there). Gottesman Schizophrenia. The message he presented to her was consistent: they belonged together, and on To, no other man could have her. One week, after more than 100 phone calls, Corletta had her telephone number changed and unlisted. 1991. The man persisted in streptococcus buzzing her apartment and banging on her apartment door whenever he could gain entrance to the building (the security man knew to watch out for him, but security was not difficult to circumvent). On one occasion soon after this, he told Corletta he had a gun and that if he saw her in the street he would muck her up, which she understood to mean that he would harm or kill her. The police were called on that occasion, but the man could not be located.
In January, the man accosted her outside the gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, laundry room of Essay about Review and Analysis of Malaysia's, her building, twisted her arm behind her back and insisted that she take him back. He then confined her for about an hour in an elevator (with the door open, but not allowing her to go up to her apartment or leave the 1991 schizophrenia, elevator), letting her go finally when she insisted that she had to look after her children. Morphology. At this point the gottesman schizophrenia, harassment had become a serious impediment to Corletta's life. She was afraid to leave her apartment, and on To Count or Not to Count, had friends do her shopping for her. One day in January, her 9-year-old daughter was confronted by the man, who threatened her with his fist and demanded their new phone number. Corletta found her daughter one day soon after, carrying a knife because she was afraid. 1991. Corletta finally came to the conclusion that the harassment was never going to stop, and she went to a justice of the peace at on To Count the court house to obtain a restraining order.The J.P. told her that the address she had for the accused was not sufficient for a restraining order. The J.P. Gottesman. was just blasé about the whole thing, he didn't offer me any support or assistance, he basically told me there was nothing he could do. History Computers Essay. Fortunately, a woman working as a victim advocate at the court house saw Corletta crying, brought her into her office and gottesman schizophrenia, heard her story. She called the police and asked them to come and take a statement. The police did so, agreed that it was criminal harassment, and went that day to arrest the History and Consequences of Developing Essay, accused.
When I first went in to the police station after meeting (the victim advocate) the police questioned whether I was serious about following through with the charge. The man was charged with criminal harassment, threatening and two counts of assault, and released on bail. Corletta ran into him on a bus, and the man threatened her. While he was out on bail awaiting trial, he continued to 1991 schizophrenia, phone her but would be silent, and would buzz her apartment but not say anything. The restraining order didn't do much to stop the harassment, but at least it had the effect of letting him know I was serious. About one week before the trial, Corletta met with the same victim advocate who had assisted her earlier, and received a description of the court process, how the trial would proceed, and what her role would be. She was not contacted by the Crown prior to the trial. On the day of trial, she waited at viii king the victim assistance office for an hour or so, and then was told by the same victim advocate that the 1991, accused had pleaded guilty.
Corletta was asked if she thought the man needed counselling, and she agreed that he did.The Crown never met with her to History and Consequences Essay, discuss sentencing recommendations. The accused was found guilty of criminal harassment, and gottesman, given a suspended sentence and one year's probation, with conditions to keep the peace and be of good behaviour, to Count or Not to Count, have no contact directly or indirectly with the victim or any member of gottesman, her immediate family, and to not enter the grounds where she resides. All other charges were withdrawn. Computers. The issue of counselling for the accused never arose at the hearing. Corletta was dissatisfied with the result, and still extremely angry (about one year later) with the gottesman, impact this incident had had on of england her life. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia. He should have gotten three years probation, not just one. He'll do it to someone else for sure. In a way, I wish there had been a trial so I could have said publicly what he did to me and what he's like. I only feel safe at viii king of england home now.
He's told me he'll never give up on me. What makes me really angry is that I don't think I'll ever really love a man again. The position of the Crown in this case was that a probation period was reasonable given that the man had expressed remorse and had not harassed the victim since he was charged. This point is disputed clearly by Corletta in gottesman our interview with her. She did not report the subsequent harassment because she knew she had no proof. The Crown was not aware of these subsequent harassments. Mass Shape American. The fact that the man was now involved with another women was viewed as decreasing the gottesman schizophrenia, likelihood that the harassment of Corletta would resume.
Overall, Corletta's assessment is that without the chance encounter with the victim advocate at midnight garden good the court house, she would still be being harassed continuously by schizophrenia, the accused, and Essay about Economic Policies, that she did not receive any support or assistance except from the advocate. The criminal justice process helped in 1991 that she is not now being harassed and the accused is aware of how serious she is about ending the abuse, but she is on To or Not not confident that it is over for good, and she believes he will continue to behave in the same way with other women. Ann met the person who harassed her through her work in the service industry, where part of her job was to greet people and be friendly towards them. The encounter with the man who harassed her began with eye contact and a smile. Gottesman Schizophrenia. It moved to let's go for coffee, dinner, etc.
Her response was a firm no. She also added that she had a boyfriend, and was not interested. This went on for a year. She was then off work for over a year for unrelated reasons. Upon her return, the man approached her, apologized for his early actions, and resumed his behaviour.
He said he still wanted to be friends. She said, We never were friends, and I don't want to be your friend. He went from being very friendly, to being extremely angry, that's not good enough for me, I want to be friends. At one point he leaned over the counter to evil, sniff at her, and returned to gottesman, ask her out. He sent Ann notes and good evil, gave her a Christmas present. One love note made reference to their compatibility in the spiritual world. Ann found it eerie.
She didn't know how to deal with him or the gift. She said clearly to him that she wanted him to leave her alone. Gottesman Schizophrenia. For Valentines Day, almost three years after first being harassed by him, he came by with a dozen red roses and other gifts on a silver platter. At this point she said she felt physically ill. She called her boss, but he was out of the store.
She called over a clerk to on To Count or Not, witness the encounter, and said that she hoped the gifts were not for her. He became angry and upset. Schizophrenia. She told him clearly to get out of the does mass media, store, and to not come back. On her way home from gottesman work Ann stopped at the police station to see if anything could be done to make him stop harassing her. She thought, I can't take this any more. Streptococcus. I'm not going to wait until he gets me. He would be outside her store before six a.m., jogging or whatever, when she arrived at work, even though he didn't live anywhere near. He now knew her last name and what shifts she worked. The police told her to go home and call 911 to 1991 schizophrenia, get a unit out.
The police officers she spoke to in response to her call didn't think that they could make the Essay or Not to Count, charge stick. According to them, there was no real intent or threat. He was sending flowers and 1991, gifts. Ann called someone she knew at the police station, who referred her to a special unit. Computers. This police officer was far more supportive. Gottesman. He told her that, given what she told him, there was sufficient evidence for henry king of england a criminal harassment charge against schizophrenia, the man. The man was arrested (through the use of undercover police officers), and underwent a psychiatric assessment to see if he was fit to stand trial. Essay Economic Policies. The investigating officer was convinced that this was a strong case of 1991, criminal harassment, when he first heard the circumstances.
There was no ambiguity, the midnight evil, complainant was consistent in making it very plain that she was not interested, and yet the man persisted. The officer arrested the accused and interviewed him. The man's statements were very bizarre (he stated he was having telepathic sex to heal his homosexuality). 1991. The investigating officer did not speak to Crown counsel during the investigation. The case was strong. The Crown and police wanted a 30-day assessment, but the judge agreed only to a 10-day assessment period. The officer's 15-year experience told him that this was a very serious case, and History and Consequences of Developing Computers, that the accused should be in custody because of the possibility of escalation of harassment or violence. According to the investigating officer, it would have been much more difficult to lay a charge in this case without section 264. Ann perceived a threat, but there was nothing overtly threatening; the man was sending gifts. Gottesman. There was no other obvious section under which to lay a charge.
It might have been possible to Essay to Count, lay a mischief charge, or to ask for a section 810 (peace bond), or proceed under the gottesman, mental health legislation, but nothing would be as successful as section 264. The Crown counsel who dealt with the Essay, disposition of 1991, this case got the file the day before the accused returned from a psychiatric assessment, suggesting that he was fit to stand trial. The Crown counsel was pleased with the work done by midnight garden good, the investigating officer, and gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, thought she had a strong case of harassment. Viii. However, the accused was schizophrenic, and gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, there was a possibility that he could be found not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder. Streptococcus Morphology. She called another Crown counsel who took cases before the Review Board, and concluded there was a risk that the accused might be given an absolute discharge. Gottesman. This risk was increased by morphology, the fact that the gottesman schizophrenia, accused had expressed remorse and because there was no physical violence involved. The prosecutor thought that the case might be considered less serious by the Review Board, even though she considered it to to Count, be serious.
Defence counsel agreed to a probation order, perhaps because there was always the risk that the accused could be confined indefinitely if found not criminally responsible on gottesman 1991 schizophrenia account of mental disorder. Crown counsel asked for midnight suspended sentence, but the accused was given a conditional discharge and three years probation, with a number of conditions, including no contact with the complainant, and a prohibition on possessing weapons. The accused also agreed to attend at a psychiatric outpatient clinic for treatment and medication. If he did not take the schizophrenia, treatment, he would be required to see a probation officer every day. The probation order also included a probation review after three months. The Crown was satisfied with the results, up until the day we spoke with her. She had just received a call from the Essay about Review Policies, psychiatrist indicating that the accused was seriously mentally ill. Gottesman. He had been certified under the mental health legislation for a brief period, and all indications were that he was no longer taking his medication. In retrospect, maybe she should have taken her chances with the Review Board. The Probation Review was coming up in Essay and Analysis of Malaysia's Economic a few weeks, and she was also considering a breach of probation charge.
There was no indication that the harasser was obsessing about Ann. Schizophrenia. Defence counsel thought that section 264 was effective in that the to Count, accused was intimidated by the process and it deterred him from future contact with Ann. The officer was satisfied with the work of the Crown counsel and with the results of the case. The prosecution of this case has had a positive effect. It was the best that could be expected.
The accused's behaviour could be dealt with by medication. Ann felt disappointed and let down by the results of the court case. Gottesman 1991. According to her, the probation order was just a piece of paper. She would have liked to see him locked up for a month or two or three, maybe in medical facilities. The police officer from the specialized unit kept her informed about the case. She talked with the does mass media shape values, Crown on the phone before the trial and after the trial. Although there was very little communication, Ann was more or less satisfied, except that she thought someone should have told her when the accused was going to court. She would have liked to have been there when he was sentenced. Victim Services was very helpful, and 1991, she still talks to the counsellor. The intervention of the criminal justice system did stop the accused's behaviourso far.
Ann is not any less scared; the harasser is on To to Count still there. However, she realizes that she has to educate herself: I will not let someone take over my life. Ann has done a number of things to protect herself. Gottesman Schizophrenia. She carries pepper spray, and has taken up boxing. She says she is now more violent herself, and has a very low tolerance level for unacceptable behaviour. It has affected her relationships. She thinks the system could be improved by providing better feedback to victims. The victim assistance program was very helpful; it showed that there are people who care. Midnight Good. Ann would call the police again if faced with similar circumstances. Susan was involved in a boyfriend-girlfriend relationship with a man for a few years, and gottesman 1991, the relationship had been getting increasingly abusive.
She had never reported the violence because, she said, in Essay about and Analysis her ethno-cultural community she would have received no support - in gottesman fact she would have been shunned if she had taken the matter outside the community (to the police). Within her community, the predominant view was that once you were in a relationship with a man, it was for life regardless of how much he abused you. Viii Of England. In August several years ago, Susan was working in the evening at a retail outlet, and gottesman schizophrenia, the accused came into Review and Analysis the store and punched her unconscious. She was taken to hospital, and the police took a statement from gottesman schizophrenia her there. Even then, she said she would not have reported the incident, but since it was done in morphology public she had no choice. Three or four weeks after the assault, she was contacted by a victim advocate who suggested a meeting prior to the trial. Gottesman. Susan took her number but did not return the call. Within a day or two the streptococcus morphology, police called, asking her to come to speak to gottesman schizophrenia, them about the case.
She told them to streptococcus, drop the matter, and gottesman schizophrenia, that she didn't want anything to do with the man. History And Consequences. The police called three or four times to try to convince her, and the victim advocate called one more time. Ultimately, the man pleaded guilty of assault and was given a conditional discharge and eighteen months probation. Susan found out the result months later when she made inquiries. The man moved out of town with his family after the trial, but Susan was forced to schizophrenia, leave her community and move elsewhere because her family was being shunned, and streptococcus, because she was being treated like a pariah for having involved the police and not staying with the man. She was studying at university, but was being forcefully urged to gottesman, drop her studies and return to Review of Malaysia's Policies, her assailant. Three months later, the man began to call her through friends (in contravention of the terms of his probation). Schizophrenia. He returned to the city where she lived, and viii, they spoke several times on gottesman 1991 schizophrenia the phone. He seemed to henry viii of england, have changed, so I agreed to gottesman 1991, talk to him a bit . He and two mutual friends showed up where she was studying and convinced her to go on a day trip with them (despite her repeated refusals to accompany them). She went, and streptococcus, they took pictures of the four of them together.
On that day and on subsequent days, he pressed her to get back together with him, but she refused. Soon, she began noticing the man's friends, or other young men from their community, watching her at work and following her around. She was also receiving anonymous telephone threats and direct threats from the accused. On one occasion she was followed home from her place of work, and gottesman, she called a mutual friend and was told that the henry viii king of england, accused had arranged for friends to follow her and watch her wherever she went. She was ready to take action at this point, and gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, called the police. The police came and took a report, and arrested him right away. She said she was very impressed with the way the police handled the case, and how seriously they took her complaint and her concerns. The accused was detained in Count or Not jail for two weeks on a charge of failure to comply with a probation order, and then was released on bail. Susan was not informed about his release, she had to gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, chase down the information herself. The police then told her that she would have to attend trial, and she was ready to do it at this point. Immediately after the man's release on bail, the harassment began again, and the calls became extremely threatening.
They were done in ways that would make it difficult for the accused and his friends to get caught. One evening, driving home from classes, Susan's car was smashed from behind on Essay on To Count to Count a major highway by a car containing people she recognized as friends of the 1991, accused. The accident was serious enough that her car was totalled and she was knocked unconscious. She chose not to tell the police that she knew who had caused the accident because the henry viii king of england, threats on her life had become so serious, and because they had also threatened to ruin the reputation of her sister in the community by posting notices that she was a whore. As the man's trial for breach of gottesman schizophrenia, probation was approaching, the harassment continued, and the man was at the same time trying to viii king, extort money from gottesman 1991 schizophrenia Susan, demanding that she steal from her family, sell herself, or whatever it took to get the Essay Review of Malaysia's Economic, money. Ultimately, Susan arranged to have money placed in a bank account, and she agreed to meet with the accused to get him the money, on the understanding that he would then leave town and stop bothering her (the threat on 1991 her sister's reputation appeared in our interview to have had a major impact on her choice of media shape american, actionshe was convinced her sister's life would be ruined by these people). When they met, the 1991, man insisted that she stay with him for several days until the day of the trial, and he brought her to a motel room where she remained for several days. For most of the time there she said she was not physically forced to stay, but there was no doubt in good evil her mind that there would be serious consequences if she left (for example, when he went off to get money from her account).
The money could only be withdrawn in relatively small amounts, so this process took several days. Throughout the period in the motel room, the accused demanded that she testify on his behalf, and that she return to him, but she refused. The night before the trial, he got violent, beating her and tying her to the bed. The following day, she managed through trickery to gottesman 1991, phone her father and streptococcus, advise him of her whereabouts. The police arrived and arrested the man. They found clothes hidden in the motel by the accused and gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, materials used to henry king, tie her to the bed. They also had the testimony of her father about the phone call, with her showing obvious fear.
The trial on the breach of probation charge was delayed because of the new charges. The man was charged separately with forcible confinement, and 1991 schizophrenia, went to trial on that charge first. Susan was informed of the new trial date less than a week before, and was never informed at midnight all about gottesman 1991 schizophrenia how it would proceed, until the victim advocate called in the last week to meet with her. Then, the trial was delayed several times, first because the case was re-assigned to a Crown who had not had time to review it. The case was subsequently re-assigned, and Susan met with the new Crown two days before the trial, and Essay Count to Count, again with the Crown and the victim advocate the night before the trial. Gottesman Schizophrenia. She came to court on the trial date, but a strike at History and Consequences Computers the court house resulted in the case being delayed and reassigned again. In the gottesman 1991, end, Susan had to come to court eight times, and the trial itself was split into five separate dates.
The defence denied that there had been forcible confinement. The accused was found not guilty, because it was felt that there was doubt about whether the confinement had been forcible, given that she had gone to the motel without physical coercion, and because the defence brought forward evidence that she had willingly spent time with the accused prior to the incident in question (for example the photographs from the day trip she took with the about and Analysis of Malaysia's, accused and their mutual friends, which Susan came to believe had been set up deliberately for this purpose). Throughout the trial (until the judge ordered the courtroom emptied) the accused's friends who had assisted in the harassment sat in the courtroom and behaved in ways clearly designed to intimidate Susan. This was clear to the Crown and to the police, and is recorded in their records. Gottesman. Susan met subsequently with the Crown and the police, and they decided together not to pursue the remaining charges, including criminal harassment, threatening death and Essay about Review, failure to comply with a probation order. 1991. The Crown and police said that the decision was made primarily with a view to meeting the interests of the victim, who simply wanted the whole thing ended. There was concern that most of the evidence had already been entered into the record in the unsuccessful confinement case, and that this might prejudice the case at hand.
Overall, the Crown said, it was still felt that there was ample evidence and a reasonable likelihood of streptococcus, conviction, but that the overall best result for the victim was to not proceed. The Crown also said that the police investigations had been thorough. The victim agreed with the assessment that it was best to drop the gottesman, matter, both in viii of england the meeting with the Crown and gottesman 1991, police and at our interview with her. Susan told us that the night after the finding of not guilty on the confinement charge, the harassment started again. Mass Media Shape Values. This time, however, she decided not to gottesman 1991, inform the police. It is obvious to me that the justice system can do nothing to protect me.
The judge refused to Review of Malaysia's, look past the defence arguments to what was really happening and what had been happening for a long time. He obviously felt no responsibility to put a stop to this behaviour. This guy puts me and my family through hell, and I have absolutely nothing to schizophrenia, show for it! Susan told us that she had every expectation that the does mass media values, harassment would continue and would escalate, and that there was a serious risk that she would be killed eventually by the accused. But, she said, she will not call the police again because the result will be of no benefit to her and it would likely worsen the 1991, harassment, both from the accused and his friends, and streptococcus, from the community in schizophrenia general. Barry owns a service business. One day, an acquaintance came to midnight garden, his business and threatened him. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia. He yelled and swore at Barry, and henry viii, told him that his friends from jail were going to 1991, get him. Later, the harasser phoned and said, You're dead. The harasser was a customer who had been coming in off and on for years. At one point he had been told never to return.
He apparently held a grudge. Barry thought his life had been threatened, and he really didn't know why. Not wanting to become a victim, he called the police. A police officer arrived within an hour, and about of Malaysia's Economic, Barry was satisfied with their approach. By the time the police arrived, the perpetrator had already left. However, the police officer knew the harasser from previous contact. He had been in jail for harassing a woman, and there was another investigation under way on gottesman 1991 schizophrenia threatening and harassment charges. Mass American Values. The police officer arrested the accused, and was of the view that he had a strong case of harassment. His past experience with the harasser added credibility to gottesman schizophrenia, the victim's case, and Essay or Not to Count, made his investigation easier. He was well aware of section 264. and considered it important to schizophrenia, proceed with the henry viii, case if there was evidence of harassment.
Prior to section 264, the case could have been dealt with as uttering threats. The officer did not hear what the final disposition was, and gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, had had no contact with the accused or the victim since that time. History Essay. There were a number of other outstanding charges against the accused, so the Crown told Barry that he did not have to testify. Barry heard there had been a restraining order against the harasser, and so when he called Barry, Barry told him that he wasn't supposed to contact him. Apart from the phone call, the restraining order has been effective. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia. Barry said his experience went as good as it could go. However, in speaking to some female friends, he found that they didn't know how they would deal with harassment. He thought there should be more public education on viii of england the issue. 1991 Schizophrenia. He recognized that the harassment he experienced was quite different because I am a guy.
This perpetrator was mad at him personally, thinking I had wrecked his life by not allowing him in the (business). The women Barry had spoken to had to deal with infatuated guys who wouldn't let them go. For Barry, his was just an isolated incident, and the system cleaned it up very quickly . The incident had little impact on him. In January of the year in question Maureen began finding notes on the windshield of her car from an anonymous person indicating that he was watching her, and suggesting, for example, that she should smile more. For a few weeks the notes were left three or four times a week, and Essay Count to Count, then they started getting more frequent and more suggestive in gottesman 1991 schizophrenia nature. One note was a clipping of a newspaper story about a sexual assault case, with the harasser's commentaries on henry viii king of england it. Another was a Valentine suggesting that Maureen go on holidays with the 1991 schizophrenia, accused. Finally, in mid-February, she found a note inside her car, and of Developing Computers, she decided to call the police. At this point Maureen had no idea who the perpetrator was. The police came and took a statement and the notes she had collected, and told her that an investigator would call her.
When she received more notes, she informed the police again. In about 1991 schizophrenia a week, investigating officers came to meet with her. They suggested that she maintain her usual routine, and that they would monitor her car. They also suggested that she buy personal alarms for herself and her son, which she did. Over a four-month period, the police periodically monitored her car, but were unsuccessful in apprehending the viii, harasser. Toward the end of this period, the notes indicated that the man was watching her as she read the notes, and this made Maureen extremely fearful. Gottesman Schizophrenia. In April, the Essay on To or Not to Count, police came to Maureen's apartment to inform her that the man had been identified through fingerprints on gottesman 1991 schizophrenia the notes (he had been arrested in the past for assault causing bodily harm and assault; the former charge had been withdrawn and the latter had been withdrawn in exchange for a peace bond). The man was a fellow resident in Maureen's apartment building who she did not know. The police said that he had been arrested, and that she would hear about the upcoming trial but that it would take a while. She was told that he had been released on a recognizance, on condition that he not contact her in any way and not go in the underground parking garage of the apartment building. The notes stopped, but three days later she was in the underground parking garage with her son and the man addressed her - this was the first time she had seen him knowing that he was the harasser.
The man apologized to her, but she viewed it as being just an excuse to confront her. In subsequent days he would stop and say hi to her in the apartment hallways. Maureen called the police on History and Consequences Computers Essay these occasions, feeling that he was deliberately harassing her; she said she never found out what happened as a result of these calls, but that she was never asked for a statement. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia. She no longer called the police, even though she said the accused sent neighbours in the building down to her apartment to tell her that he was harmless, and streptococcus, spread rumours about her to gottesman schizophrenia, people in does mass media american values the building so that she became aware of people staring at her. At that point I didn't know whether the charges had been dropped, or what.
I didn't know if I was supposed to keep contacting police, or keeping track of information or what. In December, Maureen was called by a victim advocate. She met with the advocate and gottesman, had the court process explained to her, and some questions answered about what was going on History and Consequences of Developing Essay in the gottesman schizophrenia, case. Henry King. At that time the possibility of a peace bond resolution was raised, and Maureen objected to this approach, and gottesman, expressed concern for her safety, particularly in light of the post-arrest behaviour of the accused, and how it was affecting her home life. A note registering her objections was made in the case brief by the victim advocate. One week before trial in about Review of Malaysia's February Maureen met again with a victim advocate and made it clear she was still fearful, and wanted absolutely no contact with the gottesman schizophrenia, accused. The victim advocate advised the Crown and the police of Maureen's concerns, and expressed her own position against a peace bond solution.
Later in henry viii February, on the way down the hall to trial, the police asked her to sign a paper agreeing to a peace bond, saying that the Crown had decided to proceed on that basis; she never met with the Crown. She said she was a bit overwhelmed by the process and didn't say anything at gottesman 1991 the time, but that she felt extremely angry about it afterwards. I had heard from others that peace bonds were garbage, so I didn't want that. The Crown's position was that there had been no action since the streptococcus morphology, arrest (disputed by Maureen), the man had no criminal record, and schizophrenia, there had been no violence. He viewed the file the first time on the day of henry viii of england, trial (the common practice except in particularly serious crimes), and schizophrenia, had spoken to the defence counsel, who indicated that the accused had already started to move out of the building, and was going to of england, be leaving the country for a week or so. He informed defence counsel that he had clear evidencethe fingerprinted notes and a statement from the accused admitting to the harassment. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia. To avoid trial, defence agreed to and Consequences of Developing Essay, a peace bond, with a condition that the accused move out of the building.
Almost three months later, the man had still not moved out. Maureen had never received a copy of the 1991 schizophrenia, peace bond, and mass shape american values, had never received word about what had happened at the hearing where the peace bond was supposed to have been put into force. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia. The man was still living normally in the apartment building, still spreading rumours about Maureen, still in the laundry room etc. I have to of england, avoid him! It's like I'm the gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, criminal.
At the time of the interview (three months after the peace bond resolution was agreed to), the police were still investigating reports that the man had not yet moved, and there was speculation that he might be charged with a breach of the peace bond, but no definite action had been taken. Overall, Maureen felt very much betrayed by the justice system. I wouldn't bother calling the police again. I've lost all faith. I try to teach my son to do the right thing, and to call the police if there is a problem. Now he sees (the accused) all the time, and asks me why he's still around bothering us. All I can do is say there's nothing we can do. I've lived in this building nine years, and they're not going to push me out, why should I have to move. I've already gotten rid of my car so he can't trace me.
Maureen did say it felt good to have support from the does media american, victim advocates, to have someone she could trust and gottesman, who made her feel like she had not done anything wrong. The victim advocate is also extremely dissatisfied with the handling of this case. The Crown had no basis for concluding that the guy was harmless. Peace bonds carry no accountability with them. It was absolutely the wrong decision. (Maureen) needed a result that included an enforceable restraint, someone responsible and accountable to monitor the of Developing Essay, accused's behaviour, someone to schizophrenia, assess the need for counselling for the accused, and on To Count or Not, a record of a guilty plea. The peace bond offers none of these. It would have been no more work to press for a guilty plea. Cathy's former boyfriend would not leave her alone.
There were numerous telephone calls at all hours of the night. He would come to her home and yell at her from the street. He called her at work, and gottesman, said I am going to Essay Review of Malaysia's Policies, take our job from you. He was trying to gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, embarrass her. Henry King Of England. She didn't really fear for her physical safety, but she feared not knowing what he would do next.
After a couple of weeks, she called 911, and two police officers came to see her. The perpetrator had just called, and gottesman schizophrenia, he showed up after the police had arrived. The police talked to him. They tried to does media shape american, settle Cathy down. As far as Cathy was concerned, the police officers had no intentions of schizophrenia, doing anything about it. They didn't write up a report.
They asked Cathy, Did you know he had a criminal record? The implication was you knew what you were getting into. The police officers appeared to see it as a lovers' quarrel. On To Count Or Not To Count. When they spoke to gottesman 1991, the perpetrator, he was calm and agreeable. Within ten minutes of the police leaving, the perpetrator was yelling through her window. This was Cathy's first contact with the police, and she was not impressed with the results. She felt that they didn't know what to streptococcus morphology, do, that they didn't think it was serious enough. Cathy thought she would have to be hurt for her complaint to be considered valid. She was prepared to go to the station to speak to someone about it, but they said it wasn't necessary. She expected the police officers to 1991, write up a report and to mass media, lay harassment charges.
They were not prepared to take a formal statement, or to tell her when she could go down to the station. Schizophrenia. She had expected them to tell her what to do. She also expected some follow-up, and garden good evil, there was none. She had wanted charges laid, and for the person to be taken away, given a warning, and perhaps jail time. She finally called someone she knew in the specialized sexual assault unit, and things improved immensely. The investigating officer made her feel safe in that he was actually doing something about the harassment.
He also gave her advice, and told her to hang up if the harasser called. If the harasser showed up at Cathy's home, the investigating officer would arrest him. A few days later the harasser called Cathy, and he was arrested. He was held for a psychiatric evaluation, and his bail conditions included a no-contact order. The investigating officer was first contacted by someone who worked in his unit and knew the victim.
The police officers who had responded to the 911 call thought that a warning would be appropriate. That didn't work, so the investigating officer brought the accused into the police station, and gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, had him sign a statement that he understood that he would be arrested if he ever contacted Cathy again. When he did, he was arrested. The officer thought he had a strong case (especially with the about and Analysis Economic Policies, earlier acknowledgement), and did not need to gottesman schizophrenia, talk to Crown counsel about it. The accused was known to police, but not to his division. The officer felt that while there was never really enough time to do everything that you want to, he was satisfied he had done what he could on the case. Section 264 was helpful, in that it is a more powerful tool, and midnight, it is not necessary to show the victim was in danger, only gottesman, that she had a well-founded fear. The only other option prior to Essay about Economic, the criminal harassment section would have been for 1991 an order under section 810.
A criminal harassment charge is henry viii king of england a much more effective means of halting harassment than a peace bond. At first Crown counsel didn't think that having the harasser sign the statement was a good idea, but the officer felt that the prosecutor might have changed his mind when the accused pleaded guilty. The victim was very upset, but he has heard that she is schizophrenia apparently doing fine now. Cathy preferred not to go to court. Viii. She just wanted her former boyfriend to schizophrenia, stay away. She would also have liked him to receive some jail time, and two years probation with a no-contact order.
She was prepared to go to court if that was the only way she could get a lengthy restraining order. About Review Policies. In the gottesman schizophrenia, end, the Essay about Review and Analysis of Malaysia's Policies, harasser was given a one-year probation order. Cathy would have preferred two years, in the hope that it would be sufficiently long for him to gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, forget her and move on. She would have found the one year more acceptable if that was the result after she had gone to court. The victim services organization sent her two letters containing questionnaires. It appeared as though the forms were for evil victims who wanted compensation. Schizophrenia. She didn't fill them in, and the Crown didn't mention it. In fact, she found it quite bothersome to get mail about the streptococcus morphology, case when she didn't even get a follow-up call from the police. She was also uncomfortable that her name was now on the records. Cathy had support from her family and friends, and she said the situation wasn't that bad.
It made her empathize with women who are really badly off, and who don't have a contact in the police department or who don't run across a sympathetic investigator. Gottesman. In order to protect herself, Cathy has moved, installed an alarm system, purchased two bulldogs, and acquired a parking pass for secure parking. Her number is unlisted. She is surprised that she has not heard from the accused, but she is in Essay or Not a much better position if he comes back. She now realizes that she has to take matters into her own hands to 1991, get things done; calling the police doesn't mean they will help. She is also confident that the investigating officer would arrest the accused if he returned to harass her. She feels that the criminal justice system worked in that the harassing behaviour stopped. She would not call 911 again in henry of england similar circumstances, as even the operator wasn't helpful. Cathy had insisted that someone come by, but the operator couldn't tell her when or who it would be.
It took the police officers a long time (it seemed to Cathy like an hour, but it is not known how long it actually took) to come by. For Cathy, it was a bad experience, and she had a number of suggestions for improving the justice system. Gottesman. When a woman makes an initial contact with the police, there should be one person to act as a liaison. She should not have to put her life on the table for every officer who is on duty that night. There should be a follow-up in terms of or Not to Count, how she was dealing with the gottesman 1991, situation. She eventually got a second copy of the probation order, after she called the court house and ordered her own copy. Henry Viii. The Crown should take more than five minutes to talk to the complainant. Complainants should be given the option to go to court and say what they want. The accused needed counselling, as he would do the same thing to someone else. Gottesman 1991. It would have been useful if someone had spoken to the accused before it got as bad as it did. But, she feels he is morphology a person who has no fear of the police, and schizophrenia, so maybe it wouldn't have worked.
It would have been useful to does mass media shape american, Cathy to have had someone to talk to confidentially, and gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, be told the best way to get rid of him.
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Self Reliance and Other Essays Summary and Analysis of schizophrenia Nature. Ralph Waldo Emerson first published Nature in 1836. The essay served as one of the founding documents of the Transcendental Club, whose members would come to include future Transcendentalist luminaries like Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller, and Essay of Malaysia's Economic, Bronson Alcott. The Club convened its first meeting a week after the publication of Nature , led by Emerson. The critical reception of 1991 schizophrenia his seminal work has shifted over time. Nature was once dismissed as a gospel of selfishness, naive optimism, and narrow parochialism. However, scholars, with the benefit of hindsight, now understand his work as not only the harbinger of Transcendentalism, but also a modern rethinking of Stoicism, Plato, and Kant.
In this essay, Emerson outlines his initial ideas about the fundamental relationship of humanity with nature, which he would develop further in later essays. His conception of this relationship was revolutionary for its time when many thought of humanity as separate from and above the rest of the natural world, and of nature as the mere reflection of human will/manipulation, a means for human ends. Introduction and Nature. Our age is does values, retrospective, Emerson begins. It builds on the sepulchers of the schizophrenia fathers.
It writes biographies, histories, and streptococcus morphology, criticism. While earlier generations beheld God and nature face to face, the present merely sees the world through the eyes of the past. Troubled by this trend, Emerson asks, Why should not we also enjoy an original relation to the universe? Why should not we have a poetry and philosophy of insight and not of tradition, and a religion by revelation to us, and not the history of gottesman schizophrenia theirs? After all, the sun shines to-day also. There is more wool and flax in the fields. There are new lands, new men, new thoughts.
Let us demand our own works and laws and worship. In this way, Emerson opens his essay with a sweeping dismissal of streptococcus morphology those tools of insight based on the past, and a demand to understand the world - that is, God and nature (two sides of the gottesman 1991 same coin for him) - instead through our own personal, direct relationship to and revelations about the world. Mass Media Shape Values! The rest of the introduction is spent outlining what such an understanding would entail and require - its methods, aims, and definitions. As the title of gottesman 1991 schizophrenia his essay suggests, he grounds his approach to understanding the world in Nature, which along with the shape american values Soul, composes the gottesman 1991 schizophrenia universe. By Nature, Emerson includes everything that is not me (i.e., separate from the Soul), both nature [as conventionally understood, i.e., those essences unchanged by humans, like a tree or a river] and art [those essences mixed with the midnight garden good evil will of humans, like a house or a canal], all other men and my own body. Like the Stoics, Emerson believed that in nature could be found the source of moral principles and well being. However, in the present age, he argues, few adult persons can see nature. Most persons do not see the sun. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia! At least they have a very superficial seeing. For seeing/understanding nature entails not only asking what nature is or how it operates, but also to and Consequences of Developing Computers what end is nature? To pursue such an understanding of nature - an 1991 inquiry he believes allied to science, all of which aims to find a theory of nature - he does not appeal to other authorities on the subject, past or present, but rather his own experience to craft a theory he believes self-evident and self-validating.
While this may not seem scientific in terms of objectivity, he argues, Whenever a true theory appears, it will be its own evidence. Its test is that it will explain all phenomena. Henry Viii King Of England! His success in gottesman schizophrenia, crafting such a theory arguably derives from viii of england his ability to immerse his readers in his own experiences, as with the passage, Crossing a bare common, in snow puddles, at twilight, under a clouded sky, without having in my thoughts any occurrence of special good fortune, I have enjoyed a perfect exhilaration. I am glad to the brink of fear. Another famous passage describes his experience as a transparent eyeball, a conduit for God as he stands in 1991, nature: Here [in the woods] I feel that nothing can befall me in life, - no disgrace, no calamity (leaving me my eyes), which nature cannot repair. Standing on the bare ground, - my head bathed by the blithe air, and uplifted into infinite space, - all mean egotism vanishes. I become a transparent eyeball; I am nothing; I see all; the currents of the garden good evil Universal Being circulate through me; I am part or parcel of God. In the next sections, Emerson outlines in detail and in ascending order of importance the components of the gottesman 1991 relationship of king humanity and schizophrenia, nature: the common uses/aspects of nature (see Commodity, Beauty, and Language), our lived experience vis-a-vis nature (see Discipline), and the manifestation of the good universal/divine (what he calls, Reason) in nature (i.e., Transcendentalism; see Idealism, Spirit, and 1991 schizophrenia, Prospects). The most obvious and tangible aspect of the relationship between humanity and nature is the practical usefulness of mass media american nature as a source of raw material and energy.
Emerson observes that all parts of nature - as material, process, and 1991 schizophrenia, result - work toward the benefit of humanity: “The wind sows the streptococcus morphology seed; the sun evaporates the sea; the wind blows the gottesman vapor to the field; the streptococcus morphology ice, on the other side of the planet, condenses rain on 1991 schizophrenia this; the rain feeds the plant; the Count to Count plant feeds the animal; and thus the endless circulations of the divine charity nourish man.” He further illustrates this process in his admiration of schizophrenia a tide-mill, which, on the seashore, makes the tides drive the values wheels and grind corn, and which thus engages the assistance of the moon like a hired hand, to grind, and gottesman, wind, and pump, and saw, and split stone, and roll iron. However, Emerson argues the use of nature as commodity is the midnight lowest of benefits, and quickly moves on to less material gifts and aspects. In this section, Emerson describes the gottesman ways in which nature provides humanity with its ideas and standards of beauty. “The standard beauty is the Review Economic entire circuit of natural forms the totality of nature.” Emerson asserts this is because such is the constitution of things, or such the plastic power of the human eye, that the 1991 primary forms, as the sky, the mountain, the tree, the animal, give us a delight in and for themselves,” as evidenced by the creations of Essay and Analysis Economic Policies artists (e.g., poets, painters, sculptors, musicians, architects). Schizophrenia! In other words, it is a given based on the relationship of humanity with the natural world: The world thus exists to the soul to satisfy the desire of beauty.” Ultimately, no reason can be asked or give why the soul seeks beauty, which includes 1) physical beauty, 2) moral beauty (or virtue), and 3) intellectual beauty (or truth). As beauty is streptococcus morphology, grounded in nature, so is language.
Emerson asserts, Nature is the vehicle of thought, and offers three main components to this observation. First, words are signs of 1991 schizophrenia natural facts. Based on etymology, Emerson illustrates how not only words like apple are rooted in nature (i.e., the on To visible, concrete, and schizophrenia, tangible aspects of the external world), but also most abstractions. For example, supercilious is from the Latin super cilia , which means raising the and Analysis Policies eyebrow. Another example, not mentioned by gottesman Emerson, is consider, which comes from the Latin con siderare , meaning to study the stars. Next, Emerson says, “Particular natural facts are symbols of particular spiritual facts,” which emphasizes the use of nature to express our ideas.
Every appearance in nature corresponds to History Essay some state of the mind, and that state of the gottesman 1991 mind can only of england be described by presenting that natural appearance as its picture. As enraged man is 1991 schizophrenia, a lion, a cunning man is a fox, a firm man is Essay Count to Count, a rock, a learned man is a torch. A lamb is innocence; a snake is subtle spite; flowers express to us the gottesman 1991 delicate affections. Light and darkness are our familiar expression for knowledge and ignorance; and heat for love. Emerson asserts that if you go back in history, language becomes more image-based, and in Essay on To Count, the earliest stages it is all poetry based on natural symbols. Gottesman! In modern times, Emerson argues, our language has become corrupted by secondary desires - the desires for money, pleasure, power, and praise - rather than the simple and fundamental desire to communicate our thoughts without loss (i.e., with the images and symbols of nature). As such, our language has ceased to create new images based on visible nature, the of england old words have become perverted and abstracted, and the obviousness of his point is difficult to see. Gottesman! As he will later say in The Poet, language is now fossil poetry, filled with dead metaphors and words cut away from their roots.
Finally, Emerson argues, Nature is the symbol of spirit, an Essay and Analysis of Malaysia's Economic assertion grounded in Platonist idealism. Basically, the reason why people, especially writers, can successfully use nature in 1991 schizophrenia, their language (e.g., as image, trope, noun, verb) is not simply because of the meaning they confer upon nature, but rather because nature itself is a language. Have mountains, and waves, and skies, no significance but what we consciously give them when we employ them as emblems of our thoughts? The world is emblematic. Parts of speech are metaphors, because the whole of nature is a metaphor of the human mind. That is, nature is an expression of the laws and ideas (i.e., the metaphysics) that underpin the visible world. By tapping into the language of nature, humans are able to in turn express the laws and ideas of the world. Emerson suggests this is why popular proverbs of different nations usually consist of a natural fact, like a rolling stone gathers no moss, a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, and the last ounce broke the and Consequences of Developing camel's back. In this section, Emerson describes how our lived experience vis-a-vis nature is a discipline, or rather, a multifaceted education for understanding intellectual truths (Understanding) and moral truths (Reason).
In regard to intellectual truths, Emerson observes that every aspect of gottesman 1991 our everyday engagement with the world (e.g., space, time, food, climate, animals) and matter (e.g., its solidity, inertia, form, divisibility) teaches us lessons that form our common sense about the world (e.g., about difference, likeness, order, particularity, generality). Furthermore, each encounter teaches us about power, about the ability for humans to shape nature according to their will. Nature is thoroughly mediate. It is made to serve. It receives the dominion of man as meekly as the ass on good which the Savior rode. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia! It offers all its kingdoms to man as the raw material that he may mold into what is useful. In regard to moral truths, our engagements with nature teaches us about the premonitions of Reason - by garden which Emerson means the universal soul, his Transcendentalist conception of schizophrenia God - and thus shape our conscience. Therefore is nature glorious with form, color, and motion; that every globe in the remotest heaven, every chemical change from the rudest crystal up to Computers the laws of life, every change of vegetation from the first principle of growth in the eye of a leaf, to 1991 schizophrenia the tropical forest and midnight garden evil, antediluvian coal-mine, every animal function from the sponge up to Hercules, shall hint or thunder to man the laws of 1991 right and wrong, and echo the Ten Commandments. This entails that despite the infinite variety of henry viii king of england natural processes and 1991 schizophrenia, forms, they all embody a version of the moral law of the universe, which illustrates the unity of Nature - its unity in variety. The river, as it flows, resembles the air that flows over it; the media shape american values air resembles the light that traverses it with more subtle currents; the light resembles the heat that rides with it through Space. Creatures are only a modification of one another; the likeness between them is more than the difference, and their radical law is one and 1991, the same.
A rule of one art, or a law of one organization, holds true throughout nature. So intimate is henry king, this Unity, that, it is easily seen, it lies under the undermost garment of Nature, and betrays its source in Universal Spirit. Finally, Emerson asserts the schizophrenia amount of moral influence each encounter has on an individual depends on the amount of truth it illustrates to the individual, which cannot be easily quantified. Who can guess how much firmness the streptococcus sea-beaten rock has taught the fisherman? How much tranquility has been reflected to gottesman 1991 man from the azure sky, over whose unspotted deeps the winds forevermore drive flocks of stormy clouds, and leave no wrinkle or stain? In the preceding sections, Emerson focuses on the uses and benefits of nature.
In Idealism and Spirit, he shifts to questions of what nature is. Such questions are based on his Idealism, and thus do not mean what is nature composed of, but rather, is there a higher reality or law behind nature, and does visible nature really exist? In part, his new line of questions is one of epistemology - how do we know what we know? He first offers the claim of the radical Idealist, who believes reality is fundamentally constructed by the mind: In my utter impotence to test the authenticity of the report of my senses, to know whether the impressions they make on me correspond with outlying objects, what difference does it make, whether Orion is up there in heaven, or some god paints the History of Developing Computers Essay image in the firmament of the soul. However, he also denies the extreme conclusion that reality, and thus nature, does not exist independent of the mind: Any distrust of the permanence of laws [e.g., gravity] would paralyze the 1991 schizophrenia faculties of man. He settles the issue by Essay Economic showing how various aspects of culture - including 1) motion (which affirms the internal reality of the observer due to 1991 the feeling of the sublime that arises from the streptococcus difference felt between the observer/human and the spectacle/nature, as when seeing the shore from a moving ship), 2) poetry (which affirms the reality of the 1991 schizophrenia soul by the way in which poets conform nature to their thoughts and makes them the words of the shape values Reason or the soul), 3) philosophy (which like poetry, affirms the reality of the soul by the way in which philosophers animate nature with their thoughts and makes them the words of Reason, except in 1991, this case for on To Count to Count Truth rather than Beauty), 4) intellectual science (which generates insight based on abstract ideas and gottesman schizophrenia, thus the spirit), and 5) religion and ethics (which degrades nature and suggests its dependence on the spirit) - convince us of the reality of the external world, of nature and spirit, and thus tend to imbue us with a moderate form of idealism:
It is the uniform effect of culture on the human mind, not to shake our faith in the stability of particular phenomena, as of heat, water, and azote; but to lead us to shape values regard nature as a phenomenon, not a substance; to attribute necessary existence to spirit; to esteem nature as an accident and effect. As a qualification to the discussion of Idealism in the previous section, Emerson asserts that Idealism is ultimately an introductory hypothesis (like carpentry and chemistry) about nature. If it only denies the existence of matter, or external reality, as with extreme Idealism, then it of 1991 no use to him, for it does not satisfy the demands of the about and Analysis spirit. In other words, Idealism is useful to think with insofar as it informs us of the distinction between the soul and the world/nature. By recognizing this distinction, and the existence of each, we can then understand their relation to one another - that is, how spirit (the Supreme Being, the Universal Soul) acts through us, as the life of the gottesman schizophrenia tree puts forth new branches and leaves through the morphology pores of the old, and thus is not subject to the human will, as with the rest of the 1991 schizophrenia world/nature. In this last section, Emerson argues it is better approach the world as a naturalist than as a student of of england empirical science. Compared to the precision and gottesman 1991, experiments of the scientist, the naturalist employs self-discovery and humility, and thus continues to learn about streptococcus his relation to the world, and remains open to the secrets of nature.
The naturalist will pay attention to the truth and to the real problems to be solved: It is not so pertinent to man to know all the individuals of the animal kingdom, as it is to know whence and whereto is this tyrannizing unity in his constitution, which evermore separates and classifies things, endeavoring to gottesman schizophrenia reduce the most diverse to one form. Emerson uses this comparison as a metaphor for a more general criticism of the to Count present approach humanity takes toward nature based on pure understanding (that is, of the gottesman schizophrenia intellect) without Reason (that is, with spiritual insight). However, there are occasional examples of how humanity might act with both: Such examples are, the viii king traditions of miracles in the earliest antiquity of all nations; the history of Jesus Christ; the achievements of a principle, as in religious and political revolutions, and in the abolition of the slave-trade; the gottesman miracles of enthusiasm, as those reported of Swedenborg, Hohenlohe, and the Shakers; many obscure and yet contested facts, now arranged under the name of Animal Magnetism; prayer; eloquence; self-healing; and morphology, the wisdom of children. Until humanity begins to act with both understanding/intellect and reason/spirituality towards nature, to repair its relationship with nature and the world, humanity remains disunited with itself and the world lacks unity. To correct this trend, Emerson argues people need to acquire a new, educated way of seeing the world, by which he means the Transcendentalist approach he has laid out in the previous sections. So we shall come to look at the world with new eyes. It shall answer the schizophrenia endless inquiry of the intellect (“What is truth?), as well as that of the affections (“What is good?”), by yielding itself passive to the educated Will. How To Cite http://www.gradesaver.com/self-reliance-and-other-essays/study-guide/summary-nature in MLA Format. Study Guide Navigation About Self Reliance and Other Essays Self Reliance and Other Essays Summary Glossary Themes Quotes and Analysis Summary And Analysis Self-Reliance Nature The Over-Soul Circles The Poet Experience The Divinity School Address The Dial Related Links Essay Questions Quizzes - Test Yourself!
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2015-16 Report on Plans and Priorities (RPP) The Honourable Steven Blaney, P.C., M.P. 1991? Minister of Public Safety and streptococcus Emergency Preparedness. As Canada's Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, I am pleased to present to Parliament the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) Report on schizophrenia Plans and Priorities for the 201516 fiscal year. Our Government is committed to henry king of england advancing public safety throughout Canada. CSC contributes to this commitment by gottesman 1991 schizophrenia strengthening offender accountability and by streptococcus providing the tools offenders need to become law-abiding and contributing members of society. Our Government will enhance the continuum of mental health care provided to offenders, who are identified as needing care, through assessment, management, intervention and staff training, all with rigorous oversight. We will continue fighting the presence of illicit drugs in federal institutions to decrease the number of drug-related incidents and help offenders address their substance abuse issues. We will continue to put the gottesman rights of victims first with a responsive and timely range of midnight garden good, services including ongoing outreach, timely notifications, listening and responding to victims’ concerns, and by the full implementation of the gottesman Canadian Victims Bill of Rights , which will help CSC to henry king of england further enhance the support it provides to victims. This report establishes the way forward for the coming fiscal year, and outlines the important work that CSC does to help enhance public safety. The Honourable Steven Blaney, P.C., M.P. Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness.
Section I: Organizational Expenditure Overview. Minister : The Honourable Steven Blaney, P.C., M.P. Schizophrenia? Ministerial portfolio : Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness. The purpose of the federal correctional system, as defined in law, is to contribute to the maintenance of a just, peaceful and Count to Count safe society by carrying out schizophrenia sentences imposed by courts through the safe and humane custody and supervision of offenders; and by assisting the rehabilitation of does mass american, offenders and their safe reintegration into the community as law-abiding citizens through the provision of programs in penitentiaries and in the community ( Corrections and Conditional Release Act , s.3). Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia? The Correctional Service of and Analysis Economic Policies, Canada, as part of the criminal justice system and respecting the rule of law, contributes to public safety by actively encouraging and assisting offenders to become law-abiding citizens, while exercising reasonable, safe, secure and humane control. The Correctional Service of Canada’s (CSC) responsibilities are derived from the 1991 schizophrenia Corrections and Conditional Release Act and american the Corrections and Conditional Release Regulations . Gottesman 1991? The Act and Regulations direct CSC to be responsible for: the care, custody and supervision of offenders: CSC manages institutions for men and women, mental health treatment centres, Aboriginal healing lodges, community correctional centres, and parole offices where offenders under conditional release are supervised in the community. CSC provides services across the country in small and large urban centres, as well as in remote northern Inuit communities. On a typical day during 201314, CSC was responsible for mass media 22,969 offenders, 15,215 of whom were in federal custody (including temporary detainees Footnote 1 ) and 7,754 who were supervised in the community. the provision of interventions: CSC encourages and assists offenders to be accountable for their behaviour and gottesman rehabilitation by delivering a continuum of correctional interventions that contribute to successful reintegration into the community. CSC delivers the most relevant, appropriate and effective interventions to address the risks and needs of the offender population while in custody or under community supervision. the preparation of offenders for release: CSC staff work with inmates and partners to establish viable plans to prepare inmates for release. Essay About Of Malaysia's Policies? This includes pre-release case preparation, developing release plans, presenting cases to the Parole Board of Canada, and 1991 developing community strategies to ensure the safe release of inmates into midnight the community. the supervision of gottesman schizophrenia, offenders on conditional release: CSC provides an integrated continuum of supervision, accommodation, employment and intervention in the effective management of offenders, in order to contribute to good public safety. public education about the operations of CSC: CSC works to build partnerships with Canadian communities, to foster understanding of correctional programs and processes among Canadians, to boost public support for safe reintegration, and to demonstrate that CSC’s ultimate goal is to contribute to public safety.
The Act also requires CSC to develop, implement and monitor correctional policies, programs and practices that respect gender, ethnic, cultural and 1991 schizophrenia linguistic differences and History and Consequences Computers Essay are responsive to the specific needs of women, men, Aboriginal peoples and other groups. Gottesman? As well, it requires that CSC provide essential health care services and reasonable access to non-essential mental health care that will contribute to Essay about of Malaysia's Economic Policies inmates’ rehabilitation and successful reintegration into the community. The Act mandates CSC to provide services to victims of crime, such as information sharing and awareness building to support victims. CSC constantly assesses and adjusts the allocation of resources to ensure effective and 1991 efficient offender rehabilitation. CSC strives to achieve administrative efficiencies through streamlining its operations and program delivery. These and other related initiatives optimize available resources for CSC’s key priorities and Essay and Analysis Economic core mandate, and ensure that the organization continues to deliver strong public safety results for gottesman Canadians. Strategic Outcome and Program Alignment Architecture (PAA) Strategic Outcome: The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in garden institutions, contribute to public safety. 1.0 Program: Custody 1.1 Sub-program: Institutional Management and Support 1.2 Sub-program: Institutional Security 1.2.1 Sub-sub-program: Intelligence and Supervision 1.2.2 Sub-sub-program: Drug Interdiction 1.3 Sub-program: Institutional Health Services 1.3.1 Sub-sub-program: Clinical and Public Health Services 1.3.2 Sub-sub-program: Mental Health Services 1.4 Sub-program: Institutional Services 1.4.1 Sub-sub-program: Food Services 1.4.2 Sub-sub-program: Accommodation Services 2.0 Program: Correctional Interventions 2.1 Sub-program: Offender Case Management 2.2 Sub-program: Community Engagement 2.3 Sub-program: Spiritual Services 2.4 Sub-program: Correctional Reintegration Program 2.4.1 Sub-sub-program: Violence Prevention Program 2.4.2 Sub-sub-program: Substance Abuse Program 2.4.3 Sub-sub-program: Family Violence Prevention Program 2.4.4 Sub-sub-program: Sex Offender Program 2.4.5 Sub-sub-program: Maintenance Program 2.4.6 Sub-sub-program: Social Program 2.4.7 Sub-sub-program: Integrated Correctional Program Model 2.5 Sub-program: Offender Education 2.6 Sub-program: CORCAN Employment and gottesman Employability 3.0 Program: Community Supervision 3.1 Sub-program: Community Management and Security 3.2 Sub-program: Community-Based Residential Facilities 3.2.1 Sub-sub-program: Community Residential Facilities 3.2.2 Sub-sub-program: Community Correctional Centres 3.3 Sub-program: Community Health Services 4.0 Program: Internal Services.
CSC’s priorities stem from its mission, legislative framework and risk profile. They provide specific focus for the organization’s direction, programs and initiatives. All priorities listed below are equally important. CSC reviewed and updated its corporate priorities in 2014. Building on previous iterations, CSC’s corporate priorities provide clarity of henry king of england, intervention, reflect CSC’s current operating environment, and position the organization for the future. CSC's organizational priorities for 201516 are: Safe management of eligible offenders during their transition from the institution to the community, and while on supervision Safety and schizophrenia security of members of the public, victims, staff and offenders in our institutions and in the community Effective, culturally appropriate interventions for First Nations, Métis and Inuit offenders Mental health needs of of Developing Computers Essay, offenders addressed through timely assessment, effective management and appropriate intervention, relevant staff training and rigorous oversight Efficient and 1991 effective management practices that reflect values-based leadership in a changing environment Productive relationships with diverse partners, stakeholders, victims’ groups, and others involved in public safety. Strategic Outcome: The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Correctional Interventions Community Supervision. Why is this a priority?
The majority of and Consequences, offenders will be released into Canadian communities. CSC tightened its focus in this priority, revised to stress the importance of safe and effective management of offenders as they prepare for release as well as while they are being supervised in schizophrenia the community. History Of Developing Computers Essay? What are the plans for meeting this priority? CSC will continue to achieve this priority by maintaining secure institutional environments to gottesman schizophrenia support the delivery of nationally-recognized correctional programs (in both institutions and streptococcus morphology communities), based on offenders' assessed risks and needs to 1991 schizophrenia correct criminal behaviour and reduce reoffending. CSC will continue to improve the reliability and validity of assessment processes, and morphology provide evidence-based correctional interventions to increase public safety results for Canadians, including the expansion of the implementation of the Integrated Correctional Program Model. Correctional plans will continue to be developed and regularly updated for all offenders, and will continue to include measures of offender accountability.
CSC will begin implementing the Structured Assessment and Intervention Framework to 1991 schizophrenia deliver case management assessment, intervention, and supervision in a more efficient and effective way. Health care services will be enhanced in order to meet offenders' individual physical and mental health care needs consistent with professional standards and CSC policies. CSC will continue to offer educational, vocational, employment and social programs, as well as other initiatives to assist in the safe transition of offenders into the community. Does Media American? CSC will continue to support community-based initiatives across the country that contribute to the successful transition of offenders in communities and schizophrenia minimize reoffending. Faith-based services continue to support offenders as they transition from institutions back to on To or Not communities. 1991? CSC will continue to Essay Count or Not deliver training for parole officers and ensure that training components are evidence-based and kept up to date. As well, CSC developed a new National Training Standard for Sentence Management staff to ensure offender eligibility is determined appropriately and in line with law and policy.
Strategic Outcome: The custody, correctional interventions, and gottesman 1991 supervision of offenders in communities and institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Correctional Interventions Community Supervision. Why is this a priority? CSC is committed to preventing violent behaviour and to maintaining a safe living and working environment in all CSC facilities, thereby ensuring the safety and security of victims, staff and offenders in its institutions and in the community. The safety of History and Consequences of Developing, members of the gottesman schizophrenia public and victims, as it relates to interactions with offenders or time spent on CSC property, has always been of prime importance for CSC. This updated corporate priority unequivocally identifies their safety and security as a priority for the organization. What are the Essay on To Count plans for meeting this priority? CSC will continue to implement its comprehensive population management approach that includes offender risk and needs assessments, and strategies for managing occupancy, including temporary accommodation such as double bunking where necessary. CSC will continue to maintain and improve the condition of its facilities. CSC will enhance protocols that increase the safety and security of schizophrenia, operational sites, including security intelligence, search plans, dynamic security, and monitoring at midnight evil, principal entrances to prevent entry of drugs and other contraband in 1991 schizophrenia institutions.
CSC will develop a Segregation Renewal Strategy to reframe how segregation is used in CSC and to strengthen oversight and decision making. CSC will ensure that victims are provided with a safe and secure environment when they are in History and Consequences of Developing Computers institutions and will develop protocols to provide them with support and access to services in line with legislation. Gottesman 1991? CSC will continue to develop and implement a long-term national approach for the safety of staff who work in the community. Essay On To Or Not To Count? CSC will continue to review and evaluate emerging technologies, and where appropriate, adapt them to the correctional environment. Schizophrenia? CSC's emergency management plans will continue to enable CSC to react to emergency situations quickly and effectively, should they arise. Strategic Outcome: The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and institutions, contribute to about Review and Analysis Policies public safety. Custody Correctional Interventions Community Supervision. Why is this a priority? Aboriginal offenders, who account for just over 21% Footnote 3 of the overall CSC population, have specific cultural and spiritual needs that must be addressed to gottesman support their rehabilitation.
CSC tightened the focus in this priority statement, demonstrating the importance of actively providing support and resources that Aboriginal offenders need to return to and remain in and Consequences of Developing Essay their communities as law-abiding and contributing members of society. What are the plans for meeting this priority? CSC will continue to strengthen the Aboriginal Corrections Accountability Framework with the ongoing implementation of programs, policies, services and interventions that are culturally appropriate and effective, leading to better results for Aboriginal offenders. CSC will continue to enhance its policy framework to gottesman 1991 schizophrenia address any systemic barriers to effectively managing Aboriginal offenders. In addition, CSC will continue to improve collaboration with Aboriginal communities and partners to strengthen initiatives that support the safe reintegration of Aboriginal offenders such as the Aboriginal Continuum of Care and Circles of Communication. CSC will strive to improve community capacity, strengthen partnerships and Review of Malaysia's promote the gottesman schizophrenia use of Section 84 of the Corrections and streptococcus morphology Conditional Release Act (CCRA) to facilitate the release of Aboriginal offenders who want to return to an Aboriginal community.
CSC will streamline the performance measures of the Aboriginal Correctional Accountability Framework to focus on reporting relevant correctional outcomes. Strategic Outcome: The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, offenders in communities and institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Correctional Interventions Community Supervision. Streptococcus Morphology? Why is this a priority? Offenders with mental health needs require care for improved health that will contribute to gottesman schizophrenia their rehabilitation and successful reintegration into the community. In order for CSC to engage offenders in a rehabilitation process that will address the History Essay criminogenic factors that led to criminal behaviour, it must address their mental health needs through assessment, management and intervention. This corporate priority was revised to reflect the five pillars of the Mental Health Action Plan for Federal Offenders announced in May of 2014 which are assessment, management, intervention, staff training, and oversight. What are the plans for meeting this priority? CSC will continue to implement its comprehensive mental health strategy. Gottesman Schizophrenia? In 2015-16, it will focus on correctional results for offenders with mental health needs.
CSC will strengthen the streptococcus morphology continuum of mental health care throughout the gottesman duration of offenders' sentences and will increase collaboration with other jurisdictions to provide mental health services for offenders. Strategic Outcome: The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of midnight good, offenders in communities and institutions, contribute to public safety. Why is this a priority? To maximize its operability, CSC must adapt to the changing environment and gottesman 1991 continuously develop, review and modernize its policies, programs and procedures to deliver on its mandate in the most effective, efficient and economic manner. CSC employs more than 18,000 staff working in institutions, parole offices and headquarters across the country. As a large and decentralized organization, CSC must effectively and efficiently manage a diverse and segmented operational system and maintain professional standards and operating practices. CSC's management practices are anchored in the organization's Values Statement, thus supporting its workforce, workplace and strategic outcome. This corporate priority was revised to add a particular focus on the challenges that arise from managing in about of Malaysia's a time of significant change. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia? What are the evil plans for meeting this priority? CSC will complete the implementation of its Strategic Plan for Human Resource Management that includes recruitment, retention, training, support for gender and linguistic duality and cultural diversity.
CSC will implement its five-year evaluation plan, its three-year audit plan, its research plan and its Performance Management Framework, all of which enhance knowledge and support effective decision making. CSC will enhance management practices by advancing the implementation of the Treasury Board Policy on 1991 Internal Control and continue to improve its costing and financial forecasting approaches. It will continue to streamline the procurement and lifecycle of henry king, equipment and modernize food service delivery and gottesman 1991 preparation. CSC's IM/IT plan will be updated and Essay or Not reviewed to gottesman schizophrenia ensure it continues to support CSC's requirements. Through all these initiatives, CSC management will promote and reinforce CSC's Values Statement and the Values and henry Ethics Code for the Public Sector with its employees, and gottesman 1991 will foster the does mass development of strong, ethical leaders through training, coaching and example. Strategic Outcome: The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in 1991 communities and institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Correctional Interventions Community Supervision. Does Media Shape Values? Why is this a priority? The majority of federal offenders will be released to Canadian communities, and will need assistance and support to adjust to living crime-free in society. Partners, stakeholders and community experts are essential in this endeavour. In the interest of the well-being of offenders and Canadian communities, CSC partners with community-based organizations that reflect the 1991 schizophrenia diversity of the offender population in order to facilitate the safe return of offenders to about and Analysis Economic communities.
This corporate priority was revised to incorporate victims' groups as important partners for CSC in the correctional enterprise. Where possible, mediation leading to healing for victims is an important part of offenders recognizing the harm they caused and accepting responsibility for their criminal actions, contributing to the rehabilitation process. What are the plans for meeting this priority? CSC will continue to work on sustaining existing partnerships and gottesman schizophrenia developing new and henry king diverse ones as it implements the Federal Community Corrections Strategy and the Integrated Engagement Strategy. CSC will continue to support opportunities to enhance and optimize engagement activities by leveraging local, regional and national partnerships such as Citizen Advisory Committees, Victim Advisory Committees and other victims' groups, and the National Ethnocultural Advisory Committee. CSC will also continue to provide information and gottesman schizophrenia restorative justice services to victims. CSC continuously examines its internal and external environment to ensure that strategic, organizational, financial, legal and cultural factors are considered in its risk management process. This leads to the identification of risks which are then monitored, managed and mitigated. Essay Review And Analysis Of Malaysia's Economic? The risks and response strategies articulated below are captured within CSC’s Corporate Risk Profile.
Further develop and implement the population managementapproach, including Chaplaincy's new service delivery model, and CSC's action plans to address the needs of women and ethnocultural offenders Conduct research to offer empirical and 1991 schizophrenia fact-based information to Count be used by decision makers to draft policies and guidelines Continue to implement the Anijaarniq - A Holistic Inuit Strategy focussing on Inuit offenders Implement CSC's Accommodation Plan to ensure the infrastructure meets the needs of the offender population Ensure that the IM/IT Plan reflects CSC's need to manage a complex population. Further develop and implement population management approaches (including the management of double bunking and gottesman administrative segregation) Continue interventions to reduce inmate self-injuries and deaths in custody Continue to streptococcus work with key partners to gottesman schizophrenia help prevent contraband and prohibited items (such as drugs and tobacco) from coming into institutions Improve security intelligence analysis assisted by greater familiarity with database tools to viii maximize potential Adapt emerging security-related technologies to the correctional environment Maintain, evaluate, update and implement, as required, emergency management plans (security, strategic emergency, and contingency) to safeguard the gottesman 1991 interests and well being of staff and members of the public, protect public and private property, ensure offenders are treated in on To or Not to Count a safe, secure and gottesman schizophrenia humane fashion, and return operational units to normal operations at the earliest time possible following an emergency. Implement CSC's Strategic Plan for Human Resource Management Implement actions to respond to of Developing the analysis of results from the 2012 CSC Ethical Climate Survey Implement actions as needed to optimize financial resources. Continue to implement the gottesman Federal Community Corrections Strategyto engage appropriate criminal justice and community partners, and to help expand networks Increase volunteer involvement with faith-based organizations to enhance and sustain offender support opportunities Implement CSC's Integrated Engagement Strategy Increase use of communications technologies to maintain engagement with partners including citizens advisory groups, volunteers, ethnocultural advisory committees, victim advisory committees and other victims' groups, and faith community reintegration project organizations. Continue to engage appropriate criminal justice and streptococcus community partners as part of the Federal Community Corrections Strategy, and to help expand networks Fully implement the integrated correctional program model that holistically addresses the multiple individual needs and risks of offenders Fully implement the population management approach Ensure that measures are in place to strengthen offender accountability and motivate offenders to participate in their correctional plans Ensure all correctional program policies and guidelines are up to 1991 date and address efficient and streptococcus effective program delivery. Through the schizophrenia administration of court-imposed sentences to offenders, CSC plays a key role in Essay about and Analysis public safety by implementing a comprehensive set of measures, controls and practices that help offenders to schizophrenia become law-abiding citizens and contributing members of morphology, Canadian society upon their return to the community. The accurate identification and effective management of risks lead to the identification of priorities and facilitate the achievement of results. Risk management is a central part of daily business in all areas of CSC’s large, decentralized and multifaceted work environment. CSC operates in a continuously changing environment that requires a high level of adaptability and transformational skills.
CSC must also take victims into account. Their rights must be considered at gottesman schizophrenia, the same time as CSC assists offenders to become law-abiding and contributing members of henry viii king of england, Canadian society. As a high reliability organization, CSC implements processes and crisis management methods to ensure the integrity of its operations. These processes and methods must be current and sustainable 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The continuity of CSC operations largely depends on its ability to maintain control of its activities and to manage and anticipate risks. Schizophrenia? It does so by identifying, developing, and assessing innovative ways to ensure the safety and security of staff, offenders and the public.
Information, knowledge and technology are used to minimize the occurrence of incidents, and should they occur, to viii manage and learn from them. Clearly articulated responsibilities and robust governance structure ensure that risks are managed appropriately at gottesman, the operational level as well as at Essay on To Count to Count, the corporate level. Strategies to gottesman schizophrenia reduce risks across hazardous systems continue to facilitate the henry king management and sustainability of the correctional environment and the development of organizational resilience. The implementation of measures, systems, and controls increases CSC’s high reliability capacity and facilitates the management of 1991, corporate risks. Corporate risk management guides decision making, and audit, evaluation and research planning.
The risk analysis and streptococcus morphology management process is ever evolving in order to mitigate potential risks, and to ensure delivery of core business that contributes to public safety. This integrated approach allows CSC to handle risk-related challenges, ensure operational sustainability and fulfill its mandate. Note: The 2014-15 Forecast Spending is as of the end of 1991, November 2014. Alignment of Spending With the Whole-of-Government Framework. Departmental Spending Trend Graph (dollars) Note: The 2014-15 Forecast Spending is as of the end of November 2014. Description of Figure. Departmental Spending Trend. The above profile illustrates CSC’s Actual Spending for the last two years, Forecasted Spending for 2014-15 and Planned Spending for the next three years. Section II: Analysis of Programs by Strategic Outcome. The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and institutions, contribute to public safety. The Custody Program contributes to public safety by providing for the day-to-day needs of and Consequences, offenders, including health and safety, food, clothing, mental health services, and physical health care.
It also includes security measures within institutions such as drug interdiction, and schizophrenia appropriate control practices to prevent incidents. Further develop and implement population management strategies in order to media shape american enhance public safety. Sub-program 1.1: Institutional Management and gottesman Support. The Institutional Management and Support Program contributes to public safety through the day-to-day management of operational activities and institutional services for offenders in custody. Key activities include administering, operating and maintaining institutions; establishing operational processes and procedures; managing allocated financial and of Developing Computers Essay human resources; directing and overseeing the delivery of integrated correctional operations; monitoring the effectiveness of institutional security activities; considering threats, risks, vulnerabilities and physical security requirements and controls; managing the intelligence function for institutions; ensuring coordination across the criminal justice system; providing a safe environment for staff and inmates; and making decisions and recommendations related to offenders within delegated authorities. Improve institutional safety and gottesman 1991 security by monitoring and implementing action plans arising from findings related to audits, board of investigation reports, coroners’ inquiries and evaluations related to safety and security incidents within institutions. Sub-program 1.2: Institutional Security. The Institutional Security Program contributes to public safety through the development, implementation of, and compliance with, policies and procedures designed to ensure the safety and security of staff, offenders and the public, while meeting the security requirements of the diverse inmate population. Key activities include dynamic security, security intelligence, segregation, perimeter control, and henry viii king of england the prevention and control of contraband and drugs.
Ensure effective, timely and proper cell assignment to support safe supervision strategies and reduce the number of institutional security incidents. Adapt emerging security-related technologies to the evolving correctional environment. Maintain, evaluate, update and implement, as required, emergency management plans to enhance CSC’s ability to react to emergency situations. Develop a Segregation Renewal Strategy in order to reframe how segregation is used in CSC. and strengthen oversight and decision making. Sub-sub-program 1.2.1: Intelligence and Supervision. Schizophrenia? The Intelligence and Supervision Program contributes to public safety through the provision of security and the gathering, analysis, and sharing of intelligence. This is done by identifying and managing illegal activities and threats to security for offenders in institutions and in the community in conjunction and cooperation with external partner agencies. Key activities include gathering and sharing information and intelligence to prevent security incidents, eradicating illegal activity and supporting the mass values case management process; continually assessing threats and risks to identify and mitigate internal and external threats to the safety of 1991 schizophrenia, individuals (inmates, staff and public) and institutions; collaborating, liaising and sharing information with justice partners both domestically and internationally; identifying and managing security threat groups; and preventing, intercepting, and eliminating illegal or threatening activities. Reinforce and formalize key national, regional and local public safety partnerships to prevent the introduction of contraband and unauthorized items into institutions and to morphology ensure the 1991 schizophrenia safety and security of institutions and our communities.
Enhance the capacity of preventive security and midnight garden evil intelligence to respond to and prevent threats and risks that exist in gottesman 1991 operational setting and contribute to public safety and national security. Does Mass Media Shape American? Sub-sub-program 1.2.2: Drug Interdiction. The Drug Interdiction Program contributes to public safety through the development, implementation, and coordination of activities included in Correctional Service Canada’s national drug strategy. This is done to ensure a safe, drug-free institutional environment for inmates, which is a fundamental condition for their successful reintegration into society as law-abiding citizens. Key activities include assessing risk related to drug use and trafficking, detecting and deterring drug use and/or trafficking of drugs, using security services such as urinalysis, drug detector dogs, ion mobility spectrometry, and other services or devices, and reviewing the imposition of administrative measures.
Strengthen operational policies and/or procedures to eliminate the entry of illicit materials to reduce the trafficking and supply of drugs in institutions thereby reducing drug-related incidents and helping offenders complete their correctional plans. Sub-program 1.3: Institutional Health Services. The Institutional Health Services Program contributes to public safety by providing essential health care and reasonable access to non-essential mental health care to inmates, in accordance with professionally accepted standards, to promote, improve and maintain offender health in institutions. These health services are delivered across the continuum of care, from intake to release, while considering the gottesman needs of vulnerable populations. Key activities include disease prevention, health education as well as screening, diagnosis, treatment, release planning and the administration, development and implementation of policy and programs to maintain and improve program delivery. Maintain CSC’s health accreditation status as per Accreditation Canada standards, including the Continuous Quality Improvement Program, to ensure that health services are available to all offenders in institutions in accordance with professionally accepted standards. Sub-sub-program 1.3.1: Clinical and Public Health Services. The Clinical and does mass media american values Public Health Services Program contributes to gottesman public safety by providing essential health care to inmates, to promote, improve and maintain inmates' health within institutions, in accordance with professionally accepted standards.
These services are delivered across the continuum of care from intake to release, while considering the needs of vulnerable populations. Key activities across the continuum of care include disease prevention and control, health promotion, screening and assessment, primary health services, acute hospital care, referral to medical specialists, treatment, provision of medications, pharmacy services and release planning. Percentage of newly admitted inmates receiving voluntary infectious disease screening at midnight good evil, intake: Bloodborne and 1991 Sexually Transmitted Infections, Tuberculosis. Midnight Good? Bloodborne and Sexually Transmitted Infections (BBSTI) 85% - 90% Tuberculosis (TB) 85% - 90% Percentage/Number of inmates: with HIV infection that are on treatment started with HEP C treatment with Tuberculosis on gottesman treatment. HIV 80% - 85% HEP C - 200 (marker) TB - 150 (marker) Continue monitoring the application of the essential services framework to ensure CSC provides offenders with essential health care that conforms to professionally accepted standards, respects gender, cultural and linguistic differences and is responsive to the special and specific needs of women, Aboriginal people and persons requiring mental health care. Garden Good? Sub-sub-program 1.3.2: Mental Health Services. The Mental Health Services Program contributes to public safety by providing inmates with essential mental health care and reasonable access to non-essential mental health care to promote, improve and maintain offender health in accordance with professionally accepted standards. These services are delivered across the continuum of care from intake to release, while considering the needs of vulnerable populations. The continuum of care is reflected through CSC’s comprehensive Mental Health Strategy developed to enhance its capacity to address and respond to 1991 schizophrenia the mental health needs of offenders. Streptococcus Morphology? Key activities include mental health screening at intake, primary and 1991 schizophrenia intermediate mental health care in institutions, intensive care at Regional Treatment Centres, release preparation and transitional care for release to the community. Percentage of good, target staff trained in: the Fundamentals of Mental Health and the Suicide Self-Injury Intervention Refresher.
Implement the schizophrenia mental health population approach by refining CSC’s model of mental health service delivery in order to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of mental health services, and to contribute to offender mental health, safe institutions and successful reintegration to the community. Collaborate with Health Canada, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and other partners on identifying research priorities and reviewing best practices connected with the delivery of mental health services in federal correctional facilities that serve women. Sub-program 1.4: Institutional Services. The Institutional Services Program contributes to public safety through the daily operations of institutions. This program aims to provide safe, secure and humane living conditions for inmates. Key activities include accommodation support, engineering services, provision of food services and History and Consequences clothing, institutional maintenance, fleet management, telecommunications, environmental protection and sustainable development, fire safety protection, and maintenance of gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, security electronics. Continue to maintain and improve, where required, the condition of the infrastructure. Update the 2012-2015 Sustainable Development Strategy and implement additional measures where required. The Food Services Program contributes to public safety by and Consequences of Developing Essay providing nutritionally balanced meals to offenders in institutions.
Meal preparation is based on appropriate nutrition standards for Canadians such as Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide . The program meets the needs of offenders requiring specific diets for gottesman schizophrenia their faith or for Review and Analysis therapeutic reasons. Key activities include setting the overall policy direction for gottesman schizophrenia the delivery of viii, food services; monitoring food services activities to ensure adherence to standards; ensuring all activities related to the ordering, storage, preparation and service of food and disposal of waste meet food safety standards; and planning for food service within the established budget. Maintain sustainable food services where inmates’ dietary needs are met in accordance with the Canada Food Guide. Sub-sub-program 1.4.2: Accommodation Services. The Accommodation Services Program contributes to public safety through maintenance and repair of institutional vehicles, buildings/structures, and lands as well as related basic services for offenders. This is done so that institutions can meet their operational requirements including the provision of safe and clean living and working conditions for staff and for gottesman offenders in custody. Key activities include the provision of basic necessities to on To Count or Not to Count offenders, technical support, housekeeping, laundry services, engineering services, environmental services, waste management, electrical, water and sewage, heating/co-generation of power, plumbing, fire protection, motor vehicle maintenance and operations, carpentry, masonry, painting, welding and millwright, general labour, general maintenance, and landscaping. Strengthen the gottesman 1991 schizophrenia management of facilities through improved governance, processes and information systems. Program 2.0: Correctional Interventions. The Correctional Interventions Program contributes to public safety through assessment activities and program interventions for federal offenders that are designed to assist their rehabilitation and facilitate their successful reintegration into the community as law-abiding citizens.
The program engages Canadian citizens as partners in CSC's correctional mandate, and provides outreach to victims of History and Consequences Computers, crime. Strengthen relationships with the external members of the Commissioner’s National Aboriginal Advisory Committee through consultations, in order to maximize their contributions to the enhancement of Aboriginal correctional policies, programs and operations in CSC. Continue the focus on and use of Pathways Initiatives as a key Aboriginal culturally-based environment for all security levels. Continue to schizophrenia strengthen the Case Management Framework in providing evidence-informed assessment and interventions relative to offender risks and needs. Shape American? Review and revitalize the peer support program in gottesman schizophrenia women’s institutions.
Sub-program 2.1: Offender Case Management. The Offender Case Management program contributes to public safety through a dynamic process that includes interventions to Essay Review and Analysis assess, clarify, counsel, plan programs for, and supervise offenders throughout their sentences. Key activities include sentence management, intake assessment, penitentiary placement, offender personal development, transfers, the development and management of correctional plans, and institutional and community supervision. Implement the Structured Assessment and Intervention Framework to improve and modernize training, tools, skills, reporting and quality assurance practices within the schizophrenia realm of case management - with the overall goal of streptococcus morphology, maximizing assessment and intervention activities. Continue implementing the Strategic Plan for Aboriginal Corrections through engaging sectors and gottesman 1991 regions and working with community partners to improve results in Aboriginal corrections. Continue to History and Consequences Computers implement strategies to enhance the gottesman 1991 successful reintegration of Inuit offenders into society such as providing culturally-relevant service to Inuit offenders. Sub-program 2.2: Community Engagement. Media Shape? The Community Engagement Program contributes to public safety by increasing citizens’ understanding of the gottesman 1991 federal correctional process and enhancing CSC’s partnerships with Canadian communities.
Key activities include raising public awareness and improving confidence in federal corrections; providing victims with information; negotiating partnership agreements with various stakeholders; and creating collaborative working relationships with diverse segments of the community including citizens, non-governmental agencies, other government departments, and offenders who have successfully reintegrated into the community. Strengthen community engagement through sustaining existing partnerships and developing new and diverse ones with partners and stakeholders at local and national levels to share information and morphology provide support for offenders which contribute to the safe reintegration of gottesman, offenders into Canadian communities. Continue to engage victims of crime within the correctional process by providing notifications, raising awareness, receiving information from victims, and including their concerns in decision making. Prepare for and implement the proposed Canadian Victims Bill of Rights , whose impact on the number of registered victims remains unknown at this time. Strengthen collaborative work by Essay and Analysis of Malaysia's initiating the implementation of the 1991 schizophrenia CSC’s Integrated Engagement Strategy to henry viii promote, build and maintain strong relationships with community partners so as to help successful reintegration of schizophrenia, offenders to Canadian communities. Where achievable, increase use of communications technologies to enhance engagement with partners and stakeholders, including citizen advisory groups, victims, faith community reintegration organizations, and other partners. The Spiritual Services Program contributes to public safety by providing spiritual intervention and Essay on To Count or Not guidance to offenders, and by developing and maintaining faith-community reintegration partnerships. It also includes providing culturally relevant assistance to First Nations, Métis and Inuit offenders regarding ceremonies, traditional teachings, traditional medicines or sacred grounds within institutions or in the community through the services of Aboriginal Elders. The program increases the likelihood of success for a safe and wholesome release of offenders back into the community.
Key activities include directing and coordinating religious services and sacramental ministry; spiritual and cultural teachings for gottesman First Nations, Métis and Inuit offenders; creating, coordinating, and delivering religious activities; interpreting the needs and concerns of about Review Economic, persons affected by the criminal justice system to the community; educating the community concerning its role in reconciliation, and establishing and maintaining partnerships to help offenders live in the community as law-abiding citizens. Increase volunteer involvement with faith-based organizations to enhance and sustain offender support opportunities. CSC will continue to foster these external partnerships to gottesman schizophrenia ensure that the on To Count to Count religious and spiritual needs of offenders are identified and addressed with respect to CSC’s legal obligations. Maintain relationship with the Interfaith Committee on Chaplaincy to ensure the religious and schizophrenia spiritual needs of offenders are met, and on To Count to Count partnerships with individual faith groups are strengthened. Sub-program 2.4: Correctional Reintegration Program Footnote 29. The Correctional Reintegration Program contributes to public safety by providing programs and implementing policies that are specifically designed to support offender rehabilitation and reintegration, and that involve structured interventions grounded in evidence-based, social and psychological research.
Operating from a cognitive-behavioural approach, correctional programs are designed to address risk factors that contribute to gottesman 1991 schizophrenia reoffending. Key activities include the development, implementation, delivery and effective management of viii, nationally recognized correctional programs. Continue the development and implementation of initiatives to improve and enhance reintegration program delivery that target the criminogenic needs of offenders at intensity levels commensurate with the risk levels to 1991 reduce recidivism. Fully implement the Review and Analysis Economic Integrated Correctional Program Model that holistically addresses the multiple individual needs and 1991 risks of offenders in order to enhance efficiency and effectiveness of king, correctional program delivery and thus improve public safety results. Ensure all correctional program policies and guidelines are up to date, and address efficient and effective program delivery so that the framework for program delivery remains relevant. Sub-sub-program 2.4.1: Violence Prevention Program Footnote 30. The Violence Prevention Program contributes to public safety through structured interventions designed to assist the schizophrenia rehabilitation of offenders convicted of violent crimes. The Violence Prevention Program addresses factors directly linked to offenders’ violent behaviour.
Key activities include the development, implementation, delivery and management of national correctional programs designed to protect society by preventing violent behavior. Continue to shape plan, deliver, and monitor nationally-recognized correctional programs to gottesman address violence at intensity levels commensurate with the assessed risk. Sub-sub-program 2.4.2: Substance Abuse Program Footnote 31. The Substance Abuse Program contributes to public safety through structured interventions designed to assist the rehabilitation of Essay Count to Count, offenders convicted of gottesman 1991, crimes complicated by substance abuse. Henry King? The Substance Abuse Program addresses factors directly linked to gottesman 1991 schizophrenia offenders’ criminal behavior, alcohol and drug use. Key activities include the development, implementation, delivery and management of national correctional programs designed to protect society by preventing substance abuse and does mass media shape values crime. Continue to plan, deliver, and monitor nationally-recognized correctional programs to address substance abuse at intensity levels commensurate with the assessed risk.
Sub-sub-program 2.4.3: Family Violence Prevention Program Footnote 32. The Family Violence Prevention Program contributes to public safety through structured interventions designed to assist the rehabilitation of offenders convicted of violent crimes against intimate partners. The Family Violence Prevention Program addresses factors directly linked to offenders’ violent behaviour. Key activities include the development, implementation, delivery and management of gottesman, national correctional programs designed to Essay Count protect society by 1991 preventing domestic violence. Continue to plan, deliver, and monitor nationally-recognized correctional programs to address family violence at intensity levels commensurate with the assessed risk.
Sub-sub-program 2.4.4: Sex Offender Program Footnote 33. The Sex Offender Program contributes to public safety through structured interventions designed to assist the rehabilitation of offenders who are at risk to commit sexual offences. The Sex Offender Program addresses factors directly linked to mass shape american values offenders’ criminal sexual behaviour. Key activities include the development, implementation, delivery and management of 1991, national correctional programs designed to protect society by preventing sexual offences. Continue to plan, deliver, and monitor nationally-recognized correctional programs to address sexual violence at intensity levels commensurate with the assessed risk. Sub-sub-program 2.4.5: Maintenance Program Footnote 34.
The Correctional Maintenance Program contributes to public safety through structured interventions designed to assist the rehabilitation of offenders who have completed national correctional programs. It addresses empirically-validated factors directly linked to offenders’ criminal behaviour. Key activities include the development, implementation, delivery and management of national correctional programs designed to protect society by preventing crime. History And Consequences Of Developing Essay? Continue to plan, deliver, and monitor maintenance programs that are included as part of nationally-recognized correctional programs. The Social Program contributes to public safety by providing structured and unstructured activities to schizophrenia encourage offenders to adopt healthy and positive lifestyles and to learn how to Essay about Review of Malaysia's Economic use time constructively. It provides offenders with opportunities to learn and gottesman practice social skills, necessary for personal and social development. These interactions encourage offenders to identify their own strengths as well as areas that need improvement, to help prepare them for reintegration into the community as law-abiding citizens. Key activities include the development, implementation, delivery, and management of social programs. Provide structured and unstructured activities, such as recreation, self-help, and life skills training to encourage offenders to participate in social programs and to about of Malaysia's Economic gain social skills that help them reintegrate into gottesman the community. Explore the feasibility of expanding the opportunities for contact with family and support persons through the on To to Count use of modern technology, such as video communication.
Sub-sub-program 2.4.7: Integrated Correctional Program Model Footnote 35. 1991 Schizophrenia? The Integrated Correctional Program Model contributes to public safety through three distinct correctional program streams for men offenders: a multi-target program, an Aboriginal multi-target program, and a sex offender program, all of which include a maintenance component. The multi-target nature of the program streams allows CSC to more holistically address the individual needs and risks of offenders. Key activities include the development, implementation, delivery, and management of the integrated correctional programs. Participation in the Integrated Correctional Program Model contributes to reduced re-offending and facilitates the henry of england safe and timely reintegration of offenders into the community. Continue to plan, deliver, and monitor the Integrated Correctional Program Model to 1991 target and address the offenders’ risks and needs in an efficient and holistic manner. Essay About Of Malaysia's Policies? The Offender Education Program contributes to public safety by providing offenders with basic literacy, academic, and personal development skills thereby improving their capacity to effectively participate in correctional programs. It also offers them an opportunity to improve their education qualifications, increasing their likelihood of successfully reintegrating into the community.
Continue to develop and monitor the gottesman 1991 schizophrenia plans and results of education programs in order to provide offenders with the basic literacy, academic, and personal development skills that are needed for on To Count or Not safe reintegration into the community. Sub-program 2.6: CORCAN Employment and Employability. The CORCAN Employment and gottesman 1991 Employability Program contributes to public safety by helping offenders develop and henry viii king enhance their employment skills to meet the specific demands of the labour market, thereby improving their chances of schizophrenia, employment and safe release into the community. Key activities include employment training and career planning programs for inmates as well as employment and and Consequences job placement services for offenders after release. It is designed to allow offenders to acquire skills and develop the pro-social attitudes and schizophrenia behaviours that are valued by on To or Not employers.
This is a key part of CSC’s efforts to actively support offenders to become law-abiding citizens. Note: The Planned Spending does not include expenditures funded from CORCAN Revolving Fund. The above financial table only includes expenditures that are funded by CSC appropriation, mainly the gottesman 1991 Correctional and Training Fee paid to streptococcus CORCAN and the inmate remuneration expenditure. Note: The Planned FTEs include CORCAN’s FTEs that are funded from the CORCAN Revolving Fund. Provide offenders with marketable employment skills such as “learning to work” and on-the-job skills development along with certified apprenticeship hours and vocational certificates certified through various partnerships that will assist offenders to be employment ready upon 1991 release. The Community Supervision Program contributes to public safety through the administration of community operations, including the provision of accommodation options, establishment of streptococcus, community partnerships and provision of community health services as necessary. Community supervision provides the structure to assist offenders to safely and successfully reintegrate into society. Strengthen management and community capacity by 1991 schizophrenia implementing the Federal Community Corrections Strategyto identify and address specific targets to increase community capacity and thus enhance the safe reintegration of streptococcus morphology, offenders under supervision in the community. Sub-program 3.1: Community Management and 1991 Security. The Community Management and Security Program contributes to public safety by supervising and managing offenders in morphology the community, and by gottesman 1991 gathering, analyzing, and sharing intelligence.
Key activities include supervising offenders, updating correctional plans, the Community Staff Safety Program, Electronic Monitoring, the National Centralized after hours Duty Office, the After Hours Victim Notification Program and the Correctional Service of Canada Tip Line program. Explore the use of technology and software to enhance the safety of community staff members and midnight good evil the public. Continue to implement electronic monitoring services to augment CSC’s ability to supervise offenders in order to reduce convictions under supervision, thus contributing to safe Canadian communities. 1991? Sub-program 3.2: Community-based Residential Facilities. The Community-based Residential Facilities Program contributes to public safety by providing a structured and supportive environment during the gradual reintegration process. The program provides accommodation for Essay offenders on parole, statutory release, temporary absence and gottesman 1991 Long Term Supervision Orders. Note: Salary expenditures for offender supervision in the community, including the delivery of correctional programs, is accounted for under the Program 2.0. Therefore, there are no FTEs reported under this section and the expenditures are non-salary expenditures. Implement strategies to provide the flexibility required to appropriately respond to and Analysis of Malaysia's future offender population requirements.
Enhance community accommodation for offenders in conjunction with community partners to establish the most appropriate accommodation options for offenders who are on conditional release, particularly those with special needs and/or with a residency requirement, and to gottesman 1991 respond to operational needs. Sub-sub-program 3.2.1: Community Residential Facilities. The Community Residential Facilities Program contributes to public safety by providing accommodation for offenders in what are commonly known as “halfway houses” as well as Hostels, Private Home Placements and Treatment Centres. Community Residential Facilities are operated by non-profit community-based agencies under contract with CSC and promote the successful reintegration of offenders into the community. Key activities include providing supervision, intervention, support, monitoring and accommodation for offenders on on To Count or Not release.
Manage Community Residential Facility contracts to provide a continuous, integrated continuum of offender accommodation services allowing for improved planning in response to offender needs to 1991 schizophrenia support safe supervision strategies that provide the flexibility required to appropriately respond to future offender population requirements. Sub-sub-program 3.2.2: Community Correctional Centres. The Community Correctional Centres program contributes to public safety by managing federally-operated community-based residential facilities that provide a 24-hour structured living environment for the purpose of safely reintegrating offenders into the community. Community Correctional Centres accommodate offenders under federal jurisdiction who have been released to the community on unescorted temporary absences, day parole, full parole, work releases, statutory release, as well as those subject to Long-Term Supervision Orders. Ensure community accommodations for king of england higher risk offenders by providing a structured living environment and appropriate supervision for those who have a residency requirement, thereby assisting in their successful and safe reintegration into the community. Sub-program 3.3: Community Health Services.
The Community Health Services Program contributes to public safety by providing essential health services for offenders residing in gottesman 1991 a Community Correctional Centre, in accordance with professionally accepted standards. CSC pays, on a fee-for-service basis, the costs associated with essential health services for non-insured offenders in the community. Or Not To Count? In addition, as part of its Mental Health Strategy, CSC provides, at some community sites, mental health services to gottesman schizophrenia offenders with significant mental health challenges to contribute to their safe reintegration into the community. Key activities include providing specialized mental health support and midnight garden good services to address mental health needs (e.g., crisis intervention and counselling), and links to community agencies. Gottesman? Collaborate with other jurisdictions on streptococcus morphology mental health in order to provide continuity of mental health services to offenders in the community. Internal Services are groups of schizophrenia, related activities and resources that are administered to support the needs of programs and henry of england other corporate obligations of an organization. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia? Internal services include only those activities and resources that apply across an organization, and not those provided to a specific program. Viii King? The groups of activities are Management and Oversight Services; Communications Services; Legal Services; Human Resources Management Services; Financial Management Services; Information Management Services; Information Technology Services; Real Property Services; Materiel Services; and Acquisition Services. Gottesman 1991? Promote the Values and Ethics Code for the Public Sector and the CSC Values Statement by continuing to update existing values and ethics training components embedded in various CSC learning programs, as well as maintaining specialized training in Values and Ethics.
Continue to collaborate with key stakeholders and increase awareness of Internal Disclosure and streptococcus services of the Office of Conflict Management among staff and managers to promote the concept of respectful workplaces and engage staff in working together toward this achievement. Schizophrenia? Hold regular and open consultations with provincial / territorial partners at both regional and national levels to of england ensure that information is shared among the various jurisdictions, thus contributing to effective communications within the Canadian criminal justice system. Continue to 1991 schizophrenia support evidence-based corrections through the Essay Review of Malaysia's Economic implementation of the 201516 Research Plan Implement CSC’s Strategic Plan for Human Resource Management 2015-2018. Continue to implement the National Recruitment Retention Action Plan for health professionals. Continue to implement strategies that improve the wellbeing of all staff.
Expand the management mentoring initiative to newly appointed Wardens and Deputy Wardens. Fully implement block training Footnote 44 across CSC and finalize the centralization of the Correctional Training Program at the CSC Training Academy in Regina. Review and reassess the gottesman 1991 governance of women’s corrections. Advance CSC’s multi-year action plan to implement the Treasury Board Policy on Internal Control and continue to enhance processes to monitor, analyze, and report on the financial situation Implement financial strategies in response to budgetary constraints and Essay Review continue to enhance the resource allocation model. Continue to implement the 1991 CSC/Parole Board Canada IM/IT 201417 Business Plan. Media American Values? Finalize the standardization for materiel management across the organization, and strengthen contracting management. Section III: Supplementary Information. Consolidated Future-Oriented Statement of Operations. The consolidated future-oriented condensed statement of operations provides a general overview of CSC’s operations. The forecast of financial information on expenses and revenues is prepared on an accrual accounting basis to strengthen accountability and to improve transparency and financial management.
Because the 1991 schizophrenia consolidated future-oriented condensed statement of operations is History of Developing, prepared on an accrual accounting basis, and the forecast and planned spending amounts presented in other sections of the Report on Plans and schizophrenia Priorities are prepared on streptococcus morphology an expenditure basis, amounts differ. A more detailed consolidated future-oriented statement of operations and associated notes, including a reconciliation of the net cost of operations to the requested authorities, can be found on the Correctional Service of Canada’s website Endnote v . For the 1991 schizophrenia Year Ended March 31. CSC’s 2015-16 planned expenses are projected to be $2,469,054,000. Shape American? These expenses include planned spending presented in this Report on Plans and 1991 schizophrenia Priorities and streptococcus also include expenses such as amortization, services provided without charge and accrued employee future benefits. CSC’s planned revenues are projected to be $38,868,000 in 2015-16. Revenues are primarily generated by gottesman schizophrenia the CORCAN revolving fund. The supplementary information tables listed in the 201516 Report on Plans and Priorities can be found on the Correctional Service of Canada’s website. The tax system can be used to achieve public policy objectives through the application of special measures such as low tax rates, exemptions, deductions, deferrals and streptococcus morphology credits. The Department of Finance Canada publishes cost estimates and projections for these measures annually in the Tax Expenditures and Evaluations Endnote x publication. The tax measures presented in the Tax Expenditures and Evaluations publication are the responsibility of the Minister of Finance. Section IV: Organizational Contact Information.
Correctional Service of Canada website: http://www.csc-scc.gc.ca. 340 Laurier Avenue West. budgetary expenditures: Include operating and capital expenditures; transfer payments to other levels of government, organizations or individuals; and payments to Crown corporations. Departmental Performance Report: Reports on an appropriated organization’s actual accomplishments against gottesman 1991 the plans, priorities and expected results set out in the corresponding Reports on Plans and Priorities. These reports are tabled in Parliament in the fall. full-time equivalent: Is a measure of the extent to which an employee represents a full person#8209;year charge against a departmental budget. Full-time equivalents are calculated as a ratio of assigned hours of media shape american, work to scheduled hours of gottesman, work.
Scheduled hours of work are set out in collective agreements. Henry Viii King Of England? Government of gottesman 1991, Canada outcomes: A set of 16 high-level objectives defined for the government as a whole, grouped in four spending areas: economic affairs, social affairs, international affairs and government affairs. Management, Resources and Results Structure: A comprehensive framework that consists of an organization’s inventory of programs, resources, results, performance indicators and governance information. Programs and results are depicted in good evil their hierarchical relationship to each other and to 1991 schizophrenia the Strategic Outcome(s) to which they contribute. The Management, Resources and Results Structure is developed from the Program Alignment Architecture. non-budgetary expenditures: Include net outlays and receipts related to and Consequences of Developing Computers loans, investments and advances, which change the 1991 schizophrenia composition of the financial assets of the Government of morphology, Canada. performance: What an organization did with its resources to gottesman 1991 schizophrenia achieve its results, how well those results compare to what the organization intended to achieve and how well lessons learned have been identified. performance indicator: A qualitative or quantitative means of measuring an output or outcome, with the intention of gauging the performance of an organization, program, policy or initiative respecting expected results. performance reporting: The process of communicating evidence-based performance information. Performance reporting supports decision making, accountability and transparency. planned spending: For Reports on Plans and Priorities (RPPs) and Departmental Performance Reports (DPRs), planned spending refers to those amounts that receive Treasury Board approval by February 1. Therefore, planned spending may include amounts incremental to planned expenditures presented in the Main Estimates. A department is and Consequences of Developing Essay, expected to be aware of the authorities that it has sought and received. The determination of planned spending is a departmental responsibility, and departments must be able to defend the expenditure and accrual numbers presented in their RPPs and DPRs. plans: The articulation of strategic choices, which provides information on gottesman 1991 schizophrenia how an organization intends to achieve its priorities and associated results. Generally a plan will explain the logic behind the strategies chosen and does media shape american tend to focus on actions that lead up to the expected result.
priorities: Plans or projects that an organization has chosen to focus and report on during the planning period. Priorities represent the things that are most important or what must be done first to support the achievement of the 1991 schizophrenia desired Strategic Outcome(s). program: A group of related resource inputs and activities that are managed to meet specific needs and to achieve intended results and that are treated as a budgetary unit. About Review Economic? Program Alignment Architecture: A structured inventory of an organization’s programs depicting the hierarchical relationship between programs and the Strategic Outcome(s) to gottesman 1991 which they contribute. Report on Plans and Priorities: Provides information on the plans and expected performance of and Analysis Economic Policies, appropriated organizations over a three-year period. These reports are tabled in Parliament each spring. results: An external consequence attributed, in part, to an organization, policy, program or initiative. Results are not within the control of a single organization, policy, program or initiative; instead they are within the area of the organization’s influence. Strategic Outcome: A long-term and enduring benefit to Canadians that is linked to the organization’s mandate, vision and core functions. sunset program: A time-limited program that does not have an ongoing funding and policy authority. When the program is set to expire, a decision must be made whether to schizophrenia continue the program. Morphology? In the case of a renewal, the decision specifies the scope, funding level and duration. Gottesman 1991 Schizophrenia? target: A measurable performance or success level that an organization, program or initiative plans to achieve within a specified time period. Targets can be either quantitative or qualitative. whole-of-government framework: Maps the financial contributions of federal organizations receiving appropriations by History and Consequences Computers aligning their Programs to a set of 16 government-wide, high-level outcome areas, grouped under four spending areas.
Temporary detainees are held in custody in cases of 1991, suspension of a conditional release. Type, updated, refers to priorities that were revised and updated, building on their previous iterations to provide clarity of intervention, reflect CSC’s current operating environment, and position the organization for the future. Calculation based on population numbers (total number of offenders in institutional and community) represented in CSC’s 2013-14 Departmental Performance Report. The net increase in planned spending of $27.5M from 2016-17 to 2017-18 is Essay about Review of Malaysia's, mainly due to schizophrenia adjustments related to reprofiling of capital funds from previous years. Therefore, it has no impact on the FTEs. The net increase in planned spending of $27.5M from 2016-17 to 2017-18 is mainly due to streptococcus morphology adjustments related to reprofiling of capital funds from previous years. Therefore, there is no impact on the Planned FTEs. “Anticipated Ranges” are reported as a percentage, a number, or a rate per 1,000 offenders. When dealing with deaths in custody, escapes, or drugs in institutions, CSC’s objective is gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, zero.
It is Count or Not to Count, necessary, however, to put that objective in the context of schizophrenia, reality, therefore, CSC’s results will be compared to the anticipated range, as this range fully considers the reality of CSC’s past and current operational context. Total number of grievances by inmates that were upheld (i.e. with a final grievance decision of UPHELD), per total number of grievances that were submitted by inmates. Critical safety incidents include all deaths in custody where cause of death is suicide or accident. Serious safety incidents include the henry viii king of england following incident types: attempted suicide; self-inflicted injuries; accident; damage to government property; fire; medical emergency; medical emergency not attributable to assaultive behavior; damage to property of other person; hunger strike; or protective custody request. Minor/moderate safety incidents are incidents of lesser impact where no person involved in the incident incurred an injury of major or serious bodily harm. It includes self-inflicted injuries; accident; damage to government property; fire; medical emergency; medical emergency not attributable to assaultive behavior; damage to property of other person; hunger strike; or protective custody request. Critical security incidents are comprised of all non-natural security-related deaths. Critical security incidents include the following types of gottesman, death: murder; use of force; awaiting coroner’s report; and about Review Economic undetermined. Serious security incidents include security incidents that are violent, major disturbances, and escapes. Minor/Moderate security incidents include any security incident that did not result in actual death, or major or serious bodily harm. Serious security charges (which include only those charges that resulted in a “guilty” finding) are laid when an offender commits, attempts or incites acts that are serious breaches of security, are violent, harmful to others, or repetitive violations of rules. “Median days in segregation” measures the median duration (in days) that offenders are held in involuntary segregation within federal institutions.
Critical drug-related incidents are offender deaths in federal institutions due to overdose. Serious drug-related incidents include any drug-related incident where at least one person involved in the incident incurred an injury of gottesman 1991 schizophrenia, major or serious bodily harm. Minor/moderate drug-related incidents include any drug-related incident where there was at Essay about and Analysis Policies, least one identified instigator who committed the incident, or one identified victim and did not have any person involved in the incident who incurred an injury of major; serious bodily harm; or death (that did not result in actual death). The net increase in planned spending of $27.5M from 2016-17 to 2017-18 is mainly due to adjustments related to reprofiling of capital funds from gottesman schizophrenia previous years. Therefore, there is about Review, no impact on the Planned FTE. 1991 Schizophrenia? Total number of living condition grievances that were upheld (i.e. with final grievance decision of UPHELD) per total number of living condition grievances submitted. Total number of food services grievances that were upheld (i.e. with final grievance decision of UPHELD) per about and Analysis of Malaysia's Economic Policies, total number of food services grievances submitted. The net increase in planned spending of $27.5M from 2016-17 to 2017-18 is mainly due to adjustments related to reprofiling of capital funds from previous years. Therefore, there is no impact on Planned FTEs. Total number of accommodation services grievances that were upheld (i.e. with final grievance decision of UPHELD) per total number of accommodation services grievances submitted. This indicator represents the “median” average percentage of gottesman schizophrenia, sentence served prior to first release, whereby 50% of sentences served prior to Essay about Policies first release are shorter than the median, and 50% are longer than the median.
Initial penitentiary placements uninterrupted represents the percentage of offenders who did not experience any of the following interruptions to their correctional progress within 90 days of initial penitentiary placement: security level changes; segregation placements of 30 days or more; major/serious bodily injuries from incidents; non-natural deaths; or escapes from custody. Based on 22,969, the number of offenders under federal jurisdiction as reported in CSC’s 2013-14 DPR. 1991? Standards are established in consultation with the Interfaith Committee on Chaplaincy. They refer to the number of hours of service delivery per 150 200 offenders, The full implementation of the Integrated Correctional Program Model will have an impact on Essay the distribution of financial and human resources amongst the sub-sub-program elements under sub-program 2.4. Future Reports on Plans and Priorities and Departmental Performance Reports will be adjusted accordingly. For planned spending and FTEs, refer to the footnote at Sub-Program 2.4. For planned spending and FTEs, refer to the footnote at gottesman, Sub-Program 2.4. For planned spending and FTEs, refer to the footnote at Sub-Program 2.4.
For planned spending and FTEs, refer to the footnote at Sub-Program 2.4. For planned spending and FTEs, refer to Essay about and Analysis the footnote at Sub-Program 2.4. For planned spending and gottesman schizophrenia FTEs, refer to good the footnote at Sub-Program 2.4. Total number of offenders who obtained community employment prior to Warrant Expiry Date (WED) per the total number of offenders who reached WED with an identified employment need who were available for employment in the community. The indicator represents the total amount of time that offenders are employed in the community per the total amount of time that offenders are supervised in the community. The indicator is restricted to those offenders with an identified employment need who are available for employment in the community. The number of convictions resulting in death committed by offenders during supervision per 1,000 offenders supervised in the community. 1991 Schizophrenia? The number of serious convictions committed by offenders during supervision per 1,000 offenders supervised in henry king the community.
Serious convictions on supervision include any offence listed on Schedule I of the Criminal Code of 1991, Canada Offence Schedule (serious or violent offences). Streptococcus? The number of 1991, minor/ moderate convictions committed by offenders during supervision per 1,000 offenders supervised in the community. Minor/ moderate convictions on supervision include any offence listed on Schedule II of the does mass media values Criminal Code of Canada Offence Schedule (drug-related offences) as well as any non-scheduled offences. The indicator represents the number of incidents that occurred in Community-Based Residential Facilities (Community Correctional Centres and Community Residential Facilities) per 1,000 offenders residing in such facilities. The data represent the 1991 number of events per 1,000 offenders over a one year period, where a fail to viii of england return to a Community Residential Facilities is recorded. A fail to return to Community Residential Facility event occurs when an offender leaves the Community Residential Facility without authorization, does not return or is 1991, late returning to the Community Residential Facility where he/she is residing after having signed out. The data represent the morphology number of events per gottesman 1991, 1,000 offenders over a one year period, where a fail to return to a Community Correctional Centre is recorded.
A fail to return to Community Correctional Centre event occurs when an offender leaves the Community Correctional Centre without authorization, does not return or is late returning to the Community Correctional Centre where he/she is and Analysis of Malaysia's Policies, residing after having signed out. “Block training” refers to a delivery model for providing ongoing national, operational and standardized training for front-line correctional officers, in order to meet training requirements related to their duties. CSC’s ‘’Block training’’ model is adapted to each region’s geographical situation and gottesman 1991 is implemented with respect to cost-effective considerations. Excludes: Compliance, Foundation, Support, Life-Cycle Replacement, Program Management and GC Standardization.
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