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Anti-Corruption Models and Elimination of Staff Involvement in Trafficking Contraband in Correctional Settings : Review of the Current Literature / Gregory P. Brown, Director, Institute for Applied Social Research (IASR), Professor, School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Nipissing University and Ron Hoffman, Assistant Professor, School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Nipissing University.

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Modèles de lutte contre la corruption et élimination de la participation du personnel au trafic d’objets interdits en milieu correctionnel : Examen de la documentation actuelle.

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Includes bibliographical references, p.25-34.

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1 online resource (46 pages)

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Issued also in French under title : Modèles de lutte contre la corruption et élimination de la participation du personnel au trafic d’objets interdits en milieu correctionnel : Examen de la documentation actuelle.
"November 2018."

Summary

Despite global interest in corruption among correctional staff, remarkably little empirical research has been conducted on the extent of staff involvement in trafficking in contraband, or on the effectiveness of anti-corruption strategies for managing such behaviour in correctional settings (UNODC, 2017; Worley & Worley, 2013). In response to a request from the Correctional Service of Canada to conduct research under the terms of the Memorandum of Understanding between CSC and the Institute for Applied Social Research at Nipissing University, the current report is a structured review of the international and Canadian literature on anti-corruption models, policies and guidelines, and correctional staff involvement in trafficking contraband.

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Contents

DEFINING CORRUPTION. -- MULTIPURPOSE AND SPECIALIZED ANTI-CORRUPTION AGENCIES AND MODELS. -- CORRUPTION IN POLICE ORGANIZATIONS. -- Prevalence of Corruption in Police Organizations. -- Explanations for Police Corruption. -- Preventing Corruption in Police Organizations. -- Reactive Measures. -- Proactive Measures. -- CORRUPTION IN CORRECTIONAL SETTINGS. -- CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM ANTI-CORRUPTION MODEL. -- Corruption Risk Assessment in Correctional Settings. -- Corruption Risk Mitigation Plans in Correctional Settings. -- Integrity. -- Accountability. -- Transparency and Oversight. -- EVALUATION OF ANTI-CORRUPTION MODELS. -- TRAFFICKING IN CONTRABAND IN CORRECTIONAL SETTINGS. -- PREVALENCE OF TRAFFICKING IN CONTRABAND IN CORRUPTION IN CORRECTIONAL SETTINGS. -- International Research. -- Canada Research. -- EXPLANATIONS FOR CORRECTIONAL STAFF INVOLVEMENT IN TRAFFICKING IN CONTRABAND. -- PREVENTION OF CONTRABAND TRAFFICKING IN CORRECTIONAL SETTINGS. -- Reactive Measures. -- Proactive Measures. -- DISCUSSION.

Series

Research Report (Canada. Correctional Service Canada. Research Branch) ; 2018, no. R-415.

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