Risks Inside and Beyond Institutional Walls: Organisational Responses to Substance Use in Canadian Federal Prisons

@inproceedings{Watson2014RisksIA,
  title={Risks Inside and Beyond Institutional Walls: Organisational Responses to Substance Use in Canadian Federal Prisons},
  author={Tara Marie Watson},
  year={2014}
}
My dissertation examines substance abuse policy and related practices within Canadian federal prisons. I triangulated across three data sources: 16 interviews with former Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) senior administrative officials, former frontline staff, and external stakeholders; publicly available CSC documents; and testimony from a relevant House of Commons Standing Committee study. Thematic analysis was used to examine themes of interest and emergent themes. I attempted to… CONTINUE READING

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