AuthorEndell, Roger V.
KeywordAlaska Corrections Master Plan
Alaska Division of Corrections
Alaska State Legislature
criminal justice reform
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Other identifiersJC 7913.01
AbstractIn 1978, the State of Alaska committed itself to the development of a comprehensive master plan for its correctional system based on a philosophy consistent with the mandate of the Alaska Constitution (Article 1, Section 12): "Penal administration shall be based unon the principle of reformation and upon the need for protecting the public." This summary of the Alaska Corrections Master Plan was prepared to facilitate an overview of the various sections of the plan prior to the final meeting of the joint Master Plan Advisory Committee. As the plan itself was not yet in final approved form, this summary reflects the plan as it existed prior to finalization.
Table of ContentsIntroduction / Philosophy, Goals and Objectives / Corrections Management / Adult Community Corrections Services / Adult Institutional Services — Introduction / Sentenced Inmate Profile / Prisoner Classification / Institutional Programs / Prison Industry / Institutional Health Service / Staffing Alaska's Correctional Institutions / Existing Facilities / Factors Affecting Corrections Populations / Facility Recommendations / 1978 Bond Issue Package / Juvenile Corrections / Rural Corrections / Technical Services / Criminal Justice Decision Making / Parole Decision Making
PublisherCriminal Justice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage
CitationEndell, Roger V. (1979). Alaska Corrections Master Plan: A Preliminary Draft Summary. Report prepared for the Committee on Finance, Alaska House of Representatives. Anchorage, AK: Criminal Justice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage.
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