Reflections of a Canadian Prison Warden
Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data
Main entry under title:
Reflections of a Canadian prison warden - the visionary legacy of Ron Wiebe: an unfinished conversation
Issued also in French under title: Réflexions d'un directeur de pénitencier du Canada - l'héritage visionnaire de Ron Wiebe.
Cat. no. JS82-92/2000E
- Prison wardens — Canada.
- Correctional personnel — Canada.
- Correctional institutions — Canada.
- Corrections — Canada.
I. Correctional Service Canada.
HV9505.R34 2000 365'.971 C00-980405-6
© Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2000
Under the direction of Julie Renaud, Martin Bélanger and Pierre Simard of the Communications and Consultation Sector of the Correctional Service of Canada
Editors: Jacinthe Allard, Carole Dolan and Pierre Cremer
Design by Marc Quirouet
Printed on Windsor Offset, 50 lb
Printed and bound in September 2000 by Tri-Graphic, Ottawa
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Three Eras in Recent Canadian Corrections
- Chapter 2: Becoming a Prison Warden
- Chapter 3: Trends in Corrections
- Typewriters and the white-collar worker
- The shift from authority to power
- Managing competing interests
- From tactics to strategy
- From process to productivity
- From stability to change
- Corporate culture
- New views of corrections: the living unit model
- The unit management model
- The postmodern organization
- Chapter 4: Security Technology
- Chapter 5: Restorative Justice
- Chapter 6: Minimum Security and Ferndale Institution
- Chapter 7: Three Prisons Viruses: Disrespect, Idleness and Detachment
- Chapter 8: The Strengths of Canadian Corrections
- Chapter 9: Last Words: Do the Right Thing
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