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  1. Prof.Dr. PETER RUZSONYI HUNGARIAN PRISON ADMINISTRATION NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF PUBLIC SERVICE Faculty of Law Enforcement Training Teachers and Instructors to Teach in Prisons/Detention Centres - Criminal-pedagogical approach - Part № 1 Malta, 2012

  2. In Service of the Nation National University of Public Service(NUPS)

  3. New university with significant traditions Historictraditions of training public service professionals: • ZrínyiMiklós National Defence University, • Police College • Faculty of Public Administration at Corvinus University, Budapest. Threemergingfaculties: • Faculty of Military Science and OfficerTraining (FMS) • Faculty of Public Administration (FPA) • Faculty of Law Enforcement (FLA)

  4. THE STRUCTURE OF MY LECTURES A: 25th September 2012 (09:00– 10:30) Europe and Beyond: An Analysis of the treatment of Offenders. B: 28 th September 2012 (09:00 – 10:30) - The possibility of criminal-pedagogy and the reintegration of inmates (Criminal-pedagogical approach of the personality of the offenders); - New education/treatment methods of young offenders. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  5. General target-system of the punishment(Ruzsonyi, 2011) Deterrence Reprisal/retaliation/ retribution/revenge Isolation Individual General CRIMINAL SOCIETY RESOCIALISATION - REINTEGRATION VICTIM Restorative element Punishment is not the only goal any more, but an important device! Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  6. Czechrep. Switzerland Poland Austria Kosovo Sweden Norway Finland Estonia Spain Malta Germany (4) Denmark Italy The Scenes of the Research Israel Hungary Fo.Yugoslavia Slovakia Portugal Bulgaria Canada (NS) Ireland Cyprus USA (5) Japan Hong Kong Philippines Indonesia Brasilia Australia (NSW) Egypt South Africa 32 countries 39 states 150<institutions

  7. CRIMINAL-POLICY CATEGORIES OF THE CORRECTIONS(DÜNKEL, 1990) JUSTICE MODEL YOUTH-PROTECTION MODEL TREATMENT ? STRATEGIES Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  8. CRIMINAL-POLICY CATEGORIES OF THE CORRECTIONS(DÜNKEL, 1990) JUSTICE MODEL YOUTH-PROTECTION MODEL EXECUTIVE FORMSOF DIFFERENT TREATMENT STRATEGIES (RUZSONYI, 2002) REPRESSIVE TYPE OF PUNITIVE SANCTIONS NEO-TREATMENT INTERVENTIONAL TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  9. REPRESSIVE TYPE OF PUNITIVE SANCTIONS - The most characteristic feature of this type of punitive sanctions is BOOT CAMPS - » Hong Kong; » New York, N.Y. - USA; » Bryan, Tx. - USA Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  10. THE MAIN GOALSOF BOOT CAMPS • Deterrence(specialand general) is a key-issue; • rehabilitation; • reprisal; • reduction of • overcrowding and • custodial • expenses. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  11. CHARACTERISTICS OF BOOT CAMPSI. • The life is strict and rigid; • privileges are • rare; • 90-180 days • concentrated • efforts • instead years to be • spent in prison . Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  12. CHARACTERISTICS OF BOOT CAMPSII. • The programme is based on: - exhausting physical work; Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  13. CHARACTERISTICS OF BOOT CAMPSII. • The programme is based on: - exhausting physical work; - marching drill; Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  14. CHARACTERISTICS OF BOOT CAMPSII. • The programme is based on: - exhausting physical work; - marching drill; - gymnastics. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  15. CHARACTERISTICS OF BOOT CAMPSIII. • The verbalconfrontation is an often used method. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  16. CHARACTERISTICS OF BOOT CAMPSIV. • During the whole programme maximum efforts are expected. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  17. CHARACTERISTICS OF BOOT CAMPSV. • The communication among the inmates is generally prohibited. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  18. THE NEW GENERATION OF BOOT CAMPS Intensive Confinement Centre Bryan, Texas Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  19. THE NEW GENERATION OF BOOT CAMPS CHARACTERISTICS I. » The REHABILITATION is the main objective; » the militarily type is still in use; »the participation is VOLUNTARY. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  20. THE NEW GENERATION OF BOOT CAMPS CHARACTERISTICS II. The program consists of a due process system of: » discipline; » a strict regimen of physicalconditioning; » labour intensive work assignments; » education courses; » vocational training; » drug abuse counselling; » life skills training and community service. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  21. THE NEW GENERATION OF BOOT CAMPS CHARACTERISTICS III. Tasks of challenge-type The motto of the programme is: „What cannot be done alone, that we shall manageTOGETHER” Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  22. THE NEW GENERATION OF BOOT CAMPS CHARACTERISTICS IV. WARNING! THE TARGET-GROUPS OF THE PROCEDURES DECLARED SUCCESSFUL CONCERN EXCLUSIVELY ADULTS, AMONG JUVENILES NO POSITIVE EXPERIENCES OCCURED. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  23. External Influences - New generation of the treatment: 1990’ (cognitive training, self-respect, progressive system, self-responsibility - Treatment ideology: 1950’ (psychology, social work, analysis and evaluation) - Crisis of the treatment: 1974 (strictness) Portugal Ireland Yugoslavia Austria Bulgaria Denmark Finland Germany (2) Hungary Israel Italy Malta Norway Poland Slovakia Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  24. CRIMINAL-POLICY CATEGORIES OF THE CORRECTIONS(DÜNKEL, 1990) JUSTICE MODEL YOUTH-PROTECTION MODEL EXECUTIVE FORMSOF DIFFERENT TREATMENT STRATEGIES (RUZSONYI, 2002) REPRESSIVE TYPE OF PUNITIVE SANCTIONS NEO-TREATMENT INTERVENTIONAL TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  25. NEO-TREATMENT » Denmark » Finland » Norway Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  26. NEO-TREATMENT CHARACTERISTICS I. » They should bear the responsibility for what they do; Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  27. NEO-TREATMENT CHARACTERISTICS II. » the young offenders have special needs and problems, which should separately be dealt with; Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  28. NEO-TREATMENT CHARACTERISTICS III. » the society has to be protected from criminality; Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  29. NEO-TREATMENT CHARACTERISTICS IV. » young offenders are entitled to have the same rights, as the citizens of the society; Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  30. NEO-TREATMENT CHARACTERISTICS V. » permanent personal interaction there is between the offender and the tutor; Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  31. NEO-TREATMENT CHARACTERISTICS VI. » the REHABILITATION is the main objective and the Cognitive Skills Training Programme is the method to reach it. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  32. CRIMINAL-POLICY CATEGORIES OF THE CORRECTIONS(DÜNKEL, 1990) JUSTICE MODEL YOUTH-PROTECTION MODEL EXECUTIVE FORMSOF DIFFERENT TREATMENT STRATEGIES (RUZSONYI, 2002) NEO-TREATMENT INTERVENTIONAL TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  33. INTERVENTIONAL TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT Drill-focused system Former communist countries Rehabilitation tendency Mediterraneanmodel Prussian model - Great Britain - France - Germany - Austria • - Sweden • The Netherlands - Italy - Malta - Portugal - Czech Republic - Hungary - Bulgaria CONSTRUCTIVE TENDENCY Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  34. INTERVENTIONAL TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT CHARACTERISTICS I. » The REHABILITATION isthe main objective; » there is no REAL partnership between juveniles andprison officers; » some types of COOPERATION are possible (drug-free units). Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  35. INTERVENTIONAL TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT SUBSTANTIAL IDENTITIES I. » Their targets declared are relatively homogenous, the re- socialization stands inthe foreground; » the importance of the openness, the normalisation, the responsibility is accepted; » the individualisation anddifferentiation of theprisoners is of vital importance. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  36. INTERVENTIONAL TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT SUBSTANTIAL IDENTITIES II. » their concept of jurisdiction is steadily changing; » the consumption of drugsand its trading within theprison is a key-issue; » the overcrowdedness hasbecome permanent; » the high percentage offoreign inmates is dominant; Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  37. INTERVENTIONAL TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT SUBSTANTIAL IDENTITIES III. » the relationship with theliving-environment is satisfactory; » the short-term leave is often applied; » it is obligatory for everyone to work respectively to study; » the vocational training is of vital importance. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  38. INTERVENTIONAL TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT SUBSTANTIAL DIFFERENCES » Personal and material conditions; » the quality and quantityof the relations that canbe maintained withtheoutside world; » the quality and efficiency of the after-care system. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  39. SUMMARY Reprisal, deterrence Rehabilitation, punishment Rehabilitation Indefinite/ definite Definite Definite Progressive system, unambiguous rules, formation of habits, valuation, model Demand for interference, vocational training, evaluation, assistance Partnership cognitive training,„challenges”, needs, private sphere Humiliation, suppression of individuality, complete standardization Lack of cooperation, personality forming is pushed into the background Double level system, lack of private objects

  40. THREE VERY SPECIFIC PRISON SYSTEMS OR RATHER PRISONS - The smallest prison of the world - The biggest prison of the world - The most controversial type of imprisonment: bootcamps Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  41. THE SMALLEST PRISON OF THE WORLD Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  42. South Africa Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  43. Robben Island Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  44. The prison of Robert Sobukwe . He spenthere 6 yearsbetween 1963 and 1969. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  45. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  46. THE BIGGEST PRISON OF THE WORLD Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  47. Filippin Islands Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  48. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12

  49. Training course - Malta Dr. Ruzsonyi ‘12