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The management of long-term prisoners in Australia

Australian Institute of Criminology

This publication contains the findings from three reports presented to the Annual Conference of Ministers in 1978 and 1979. It explores Australian prison populations, including trends and the national survey of long-term prisoners. It discusses the process of classifying prisoners. It looks at the assessments of long-term prisoners by prison staff and examines the effects of long-term imprisonment. It also discusses special programmes for long-term prisoners.

The full text of this publication is accessible via the front.desk [at] aic.gov.au (AIC Library).

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Wardlaw G & Biles D 1980. The management of long-term prisoners in Australia. Archive. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. http://aic.gov.au/publications/archive/management-of-long-term-prisoners-in-australia