Thursday, December 02, 2004

Irish System

Penal method originated in the early 1850s by Sir Walter Crofton; it emphasized training and performance as the instruments of reform. The Irish system consisted of three phases: a period of solitary confinement; a period of congregate work, in which the prisoner advanced to higher levels by credits earned for industry and good behaviour; and, finally, a period in �intermediate


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