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Managing Inmates and Juveniles who Require Accommodations for Disabilities $12.50
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Managing Inmates and Juveniles who Require Accommodations for Disabilities

Correctional facilities are responsible for the well-being of individuals in custody. This includes individuals who have a physical and/or mental disability. According to a report published by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, approximately 32% of prisoners and 40% of those in jails had at least 1 disability (Bronson et al., 2015). To comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), detention and correctional facilities are required to make their programs, services, and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities unless they can prove that accommodating the needs of the individual are unduly burdensome or too costly, extensive, or disruptive. This course will provide an overview of the ADA, including the disabilities covered by the Act. You will also explore considerations for supervising individuals in custody identified as having a disability.
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Managing Inmates and Juveniles who Require Accommodations for Disabilities
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