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Prevention of Recidivism and the Treatment of Convicted Offenders in France and Canada: A Comparative Approach

ICPC Lunch Seminar / May 23rd 2008, Montreal (Canada)

Author(s) : Patrick Mounaud

 

Abstract :

This seminar examined the functional and organizational difference between the Canadian Correctional Services and the French Penitentiary Administration. Mr. Mounaud presented the primary actions of the two institutions to prevent recidivism. This operational approach is based on extensive knowledge of the internal functioning and partnership practices of the two organisations.

Speaker :

Patrick MOUNAUD is Inter-Regional Director of the French Penitentiary Services. He has previously directed the National School of Penitentiary Administration (France) and managed its reorganisation and delocalization to the city of Agen in 2000. He also has been President of the Network of Public Services Schools (France). More recently, Mr. Mounaud spent five years directing the penitentiary services of the regions of Rhônes-Alpes and Auvergne. He is currently completing a year of studies at the International Centre of Comparative Criminology (University of Montreal) and a professional immersion with the Canadian Correctional Services.



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