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CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION AND PANIC OF PRISON CORRECTION IN NIGERIA
A lot has been written and are available on the issue of criminal justice administration in Nigeria. Most of these studies investigate the nature and cause of criminal justice failure in Nigeria. Going beyond the conventional focus and analyses of criminal justice administration, this paper looks at the criminal justice administration and panic of prison correction in Nigeria. The study found that the problems in Nigerian’s criminal justice administration especially its prisons are so blatant and egregious that Nigeria prisons have become breeding ground for criminals instead of being corrective homes. The study was anchored on two-factor theory of motivation and documentary research method such as newspapers, textbooks, government publications and internet materials formed the basis for collecting data. Furthermore, the study recommended that unethical practices by the criminal justice administrators should be checkmated and controlled effectively for efficient correction of inmates. Also, there is need to introduce non-custodial sentence in the Nigerian justice system since the Nigerian prisons have failed to reform and correct imprisoned offenders as expected.
Keywords: Criminal Justice Administration, Criminal Justice Agencies, Justice, Panic, Prison Correction.