Use of programs and interventions with Canada's federally sentenced radicalized offenders [electronic resource] / Steve Michel & Yvonne Stys
- Michel, Stephen L.
- Ottawa : Correctional Service of Canada, 2014.
- Physical Description:
- v, 26 pages : tables
- Additional Creators:
- Stys, Yvonne, 1979-
Canada. Correctional Service Canada. Research Branch
- Research report ; R-345
- Since 1989, CSC has applied the risk-need-responsivity (RNR) principle in order to identify and address the risks and criminogenic needs of the federally sentenced offender population. The effectiveness of this approach has been empirically assessed and validated on offender populations in general, however, there has been no examination to date of the extent to which the correctional management approach employed with radicalized offenders adheres to the RNR principle. This paper identifies the interventions in which radicalized offenders participated in relation to their identified criminogenic and violent extremist needs. By examining the institutional and community-based interventions which CSC has utilized with radicalized offenders and the congruence of these interventions with identified needs, CSC achieves a more comprehensive understanding of how past and current intervention options address the needs of radicalized offenders. This knowledge can be used to inform any future intervention referrals for radicalized offenders, identify limitations in current intervention options, and highlight opportunities for new interventions for this group.
- Issued also in French under title: Utilisation des programmes et des interventions auprès de délinquants radicalisés purgeant une peine de ressort fédéral au Canada.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 23-26).
- Type of File/Data:
- Electronic monograph in PDF format.
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