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cor·rec·tion·al

(kə-rĕk′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to correction.
2. Of or relating to the treatment of offenders by a system of penal incarceration, rehabilitation, parole, and probation: worked as a correctional officer; taxes that fund correctional facilities.

correctional

(kəˈrɛkʃənəl)
adj
(Law) chiefly US of or relating to the punishment and rehabilitation of criminals: a correctional facility.

cor•rec•tion•al

(kəˈrɛk ʃə nl)

adj.
of or pertaining to correction, esp. to penal correction.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.correctional - concerned with or providing correction; "a correctional institution"
punitive, punitory - inflicting punishment; "punitive justice"; "punitive damages"
Translations

correctional

[kəˈrekʃənəl] (US)
A. ADJpenitenciario
B. CPD correctional facility Ncentro m penitenciario
correctional officer Nfuncionario/a m/f de prisiones

correctional

[kəˈrɛkʃənəl] adj (mainly US)correctionnel(le)correction fluid nliquide m correcteur

correctional

adj (US) correctional officerJustizvollzugsbeamte(r) m/-beamtin f; the correctional systemdas Justizvollzugssystem; correctional facilityJustizvollzugsanstalt f, → Strafanstalt f
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Frederick Abello, deputy warden, Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility, Adrian Christmas, deputy warden, Philadelphia Detention Center, Terence Clark, warden, Riverside Correctional Facility, Michele Farrell, warden, House of Correction, Marco Giannetta, deputy warden, Executive Office, Gerald May, deputy warden, Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility, Patricia Powers, deputy warden, Philadelphia Detention Center, Robert Tomaszewski, deputy commissioner, Philadelphia Detention Center
Arkansas Valley Correctional Facility Ordway, Colorado
Today, the province and Ontario's correctional services staff marked the fifth annual Ceremony of Remembrance honouring staff who have fallen in the line of duty while serving in Ontario's correctional services.
In support of The Second Chance Act of 2007--which identified correctional education as a high-priority area--the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.
Ontario had "no appreciable benefit" from the private operation of a correctional facility, Community Safety and Correctional Services Minister Monte Kwinter said.
Correctional facilities house a disproportionate number of HIV-infected persons, and most do not provide inmates with condoms.
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LANCASTER - A Lancaster state prison correctional officer whose ankle was broken in a scuffle with an inmate has been awarded more than $250,400 in a civil lawsuit.
A physically disabled black prison inmate appealed an order that granted summary judgment in favor of a correctional officer on claims that officials denied the inmate due process and equal protection by refusing to allow him to present live witness testimony during a prison disciplinary hearing.
This technological advancement is transforming the way in which prison inmates are receiving health care, provide significant implications with regard to financial costs, and ensures security of inmates and correctional personnel.
Secure state correctional facilities currently house more than 1.

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