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You could argue pedophilia, sociopathy and psychopathy are also diseases of the brain. Whether due to chemical imbalance, psychological or social issues, really depends on which side of the fence you come down on. Treatable or curable? I don’t think so... full thread


Radicalization and Intelligence Gathering In Correctional Institutions: Part One

William Sturgeon
One of the most important things a leader can do is to train his or her replacement. To that end, ensuring that up-and-coming leaders receive training in a set of vital competencies, whether through mentorship or the creation of formal training programs within a department or agency—is vital. Here we will briefly explore—briefly, by necessity—the competencies that the corrections leaders of tomorrow will need... full story

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