Rehabilitation Model | Definition


Course: Corrections

The Rehabilitation Model is the idea that criminal offenders commit crimes for reasons outside of choosing to do so, and they can be rehabilitated (made noncriminal) by some form of treatment that eliminates the causes of crime.

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