Cleric Resigns Over Prison Chaplaincy Privatization
30 Oct, 2014
Muslim cleric Imam Yasin Dwyer has officially resigned due to the Conservative government’s decision to privatize the Canadian prison chaplaincy program. His major developments included “turning” Canadian terrorists away from violence and into law-abiding citizens. Although this program will see a definite downturn, it is not the only reason why prison chaplaincy privatization is a major problem.
Programs for support, accountability, and reintegration have proven to be very successful, mainly due to the fact that these programs include individuals who are entrenched into the community and who understand inmates on a more personal level. He claims that switching to the privatized model will no doubt change this fundamental dynamic.
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