2 Canadian J. Corrections [i] (1959-1960)

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E d it o r ia l  ............................................................................................... ..............................  1
Recent and Proposed Developments in Federal Corrections in
C a n a d a   ....... ......................................................................................................................  2
-Hon. Davie Fulton, Q.C.
The    Court    and   Police   Functions     in  the   Development       of
Effective  C a nad ian  C orrections   .....................................................................   14
-Arthur Maloney, Q.C., M.P.
T h e   In n o c e n t  M in d   .......... ......................................................................................  2 5
-David Brock
What Kind of Prisons Do We Need? ..........................                     36
-Dr. P. A. H. Boon
Modern Concepts of Correctional Treatment ...... ......................         48
-Thomas J. McHugh
C lo s in g   R e m a rk s  .......  ... ..........  . .......... ...............  ................................. ..... ....  5 9
-S. Rocksborough Smith
In   S u m m a ry   F o rm   ........................  . ........................ ................................  6 1
Dispositions nouvelles et propos6es dons le domaine de la
correction   6  I'6chelon  f6d6ral au    Canada    ..........................................  76
-L'Hon. Davie Fulton, C.R.
Le r6le des tribunaux et de la police dons le perfectionnement
d e  la  co rrection  a u  C a nad a  ........8....8.......................................................  88
-Arthur Maloney, C.R.
L 'e sp rit  in n o c e n t  ....... ..............  ..... ......9......... .......9......... ..... .... ...  9 9
-David Brock
Quel   genre   de  prisons  nous   faut-il?  ........................ .......  111
-Dr P.A.H. Boon
Concepts actuels du traitement correctionnel ....... ............... .........  124
-Thomas J. McHugh
M  o t  d e   la   f in   . .... . .................. ....... .... ....... .. ... .......  1 3 6
-S. Rocksborough Smith
Com   ptes  rendus  som  m aires   ................ ....... ... .......        138
L e tte rs  to  th e  E d ito r  .................................. .......... . ... ..... ...  15 4
Book    Review  s     .....                                 ..... .................  157

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