Journal of Social and Political
ISSN 2615-3718 (Online)
ISSN 2621-5675 (Print)
Published: 03 February 2023
Indonesian Industrial Correctional Models in the Perspective of Criminology Welfare
Andi Wijaya Rivai, Muhammad Mustofa
University of Indonesia
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Keywords: Coaching, Convicts, Community Welfare, Industrial Prisons, Organizational Independence
The use of industrial prisons is a strategy that is essential to reaching the objective of training prisoners. The goal of the industrial jail program is to better the attitudes and behaviors of prisoners while also preparing them by giving them knowledge and skills. The continued industrial activities will also help achieve the goal of increasing the independence of the prison organizations and having an impact on both the community's and the prisoners' wellbeing. This study aims to shed light on how Indonesian industrial prisons operate, the issues they encounter, and the development of suitable replacement models for industrial jail programs. This study employs a qualitative methodology. The analysis's main tool is a feasibility study with a welfare criminology approach. The administration of industrial prisons is still closely linked to the administration of the bureaucracy, and the incompetence of convicts and the difficulty of financial accountability prevent effective development of industrial operations. Therefore, one step that must be taken for this program to have an influence on public welfare is to construct an acceptable industrial prison model by taking into account current legislation and expert engagement. making it so that industrial activity don't develop enough. Therefore, one step that must be taken for this program to have an influence on public welfare is to construct an acceptable industrial prison model by taking into account current legislation and expert engagement. making it so that industrial activity don't develop enough. Therefore, one step that must be taken for this program to have an influence on public welfare is to construct an acceptable industrial prison model by taking into account current legislation and expert engagement.
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