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Incentivising and promoting good behaviour


HM Inspectorate of Prisons

Abstract

This review, commissioned by the Youth Justice Board, is focused on children held in secure training centres (STCs) and young offender institutions (YOIs), and young adults aged 18–20 held in YOIs. The review looks at the fundamentally important issue of the relationships between those detained and the staff charged with their care. Those relationships are crucially influenced by staff turnover, which can lead to a lack of consistency in approach, staff shortages and, all too frequently, a lack of sufficient time out of cell. The issue of inconsistency in behaviour management is important as it damages the all-important element of trust in the relationship. When trust diminishes, a consequence is often a decline in respect for staff and, in the worst cases, a complete withdrawal from behaviour management systems.

Scope

Europe - United Kingdom

Year Language

2018 English

Category Type

Grey Literature Report

Keywords

Behaviour, Good practices, Measures, Pedagogy, Prisons

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