Research at CSC
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Almost 80% of those who completed the Aboriginal Offender Substance Abuse Program have not returned to an institution after release. Read more.
Research at the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) helps make direct links between research findings and implications for our institutions, community sites and the public. CSC research helps offenders work towards successful reintegration and assists staff in identifying effective strategies to work safely and efficiently. Check out our Research Spotlight for new research that will be highlighted throughout the year.
CSC's broad research portfolio includes projects in areas like:
- Offender population profiles
- Mental health issues – screening, population profiles and treatment
- Women and Aboriginal offender needs
- Institutional and community operations and security
We use quantitative and qualitative methodological approaches, including data analysis and interviews with staff and offenders. Our studies can involve a quick, data-driven profile or can consist of a multi-year and multi-phase research study. Our research often involves CSC staff from national and regional headquarters, community sites and institutions. Results of our research are shared with CSC employees, other government departments, provincial/territorial counterparts, partner organizations, universities and academic journals, and the general public.
If you would like to receive notification of new research publications being released, or to learn more about research collaborations, partnerships or support, please contact us at email@example.com or (613) 995-3975.
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