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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Managerial Factors Of Education Program Performance In Correctional Institutions

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AUTHOR(S)

Nimerodi Gulo, Nyoman Serikat Putra Jaya, Pujiyono

 

KEYWORDS

prison management, cultural and structural factor, legal awareness, reconstruction.

 

ABSTRACT

This study seeks to identify the management of penal institutions in Indonesia with case studies of convicted corruption cases in Indonesia. The study was conducted in the Jakarta-based Ministry of Law and Human Rights, Bandung-based Sukamiskin Class I prison and several NGOs. The results revealed the principles of anti-corruption guidance in Indonesia, and the factors that influenced the success of the training program and the anti-corruption guidance program for prisoners, which included substantial, structural and cultural aspects. The effectiveness of the implementation of the anti-corruption program depends on implementation in the field. This study suggests the reconstruction of models and programs as a step forward to improve the implementation of anti-corruption programs in the prison environment.

 

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