EXPLAINING THE RATIONAL BEHIND EX-CONVICTS TENDENCY TO REVERT BACK TO CRIME IN PORT HARCOURT
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Kalu, Chinenye K.
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The prison is a correctional legal institute designed for the safe custody of the interned. Rehabilitation programmes for Ex-convicts are training platforms designed by government to reform and reintegrate ex-convicts back to society. Recidivating is the term that explains the reversion of an individual to criminal tendency after he/she have been convicted for a prior offence, sentenced and presumably corrected (maltsz, 2001:1) Rehabilitation programmes is operationalized and used in this study as community support, vocational training, employment placement, family ties and parole system.
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Unique Paper ID: 147074

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 4

Page(s): 172 - 178
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