Prisoners with Special Needs
All inmates are vulnerable to a degree; however there are inmates who are particularly
vulnerable and therefore require additional care and protection. These inmates are known as
special needs offenders. According to Seiter special needs (2011) “may be the result of some
physical problem or infectious disease, a mental disorder, a tendency for violence, a history of
sexual assaults, age (juvenile or elderly), or serious substance abuse” (p. 280). Not all offenders
require the same amount of care, although all inmates require activities of daily living, such as
housing, and meals, but special needs offenders require . . .
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