IntroductionA Personal And Public Journey in Search of JusticeLocating Justice Behind the Walls on the Correctional MapThe Organization of Justice Behind the Walls
Sector 1Chapter 1 Change and Continuity in the Canadian Prison: Lessons from ScholarshipChapter 2 "Good Corrections": Organizational Renewal and the Mission StatementChapter 3 Corrections, The Courts and the Constitution
Sector 2Chapter 1: Life Inside A KaleidoscopeChapter 2 Along the Red RoadChapter 3 Operation Big ScoopChapter 4 The Life and Death of the Electric Man
Sector 3Chapter 1 The Disciplinary Process 1972-92: Wardens Court to Independant ChairpersonsChapter 2 The Disciplinary Process at MatsquiChapter 3 The Disciplinary Process at KentChapter 4 Bringing Justice to the Disciplinary ProcessChapter 5 The Disciplinary Process -- 1997-8
Sector 4Chapter 1 Administrative Segregation: The Litmus Test of LegitimacyChapter 2 Administrative Segregation at Matsqui and Kent,1993-6: The Persistence of Customary LawChapter 3 The Arbour Report: The Indictment of a SystemChapter 4 The Task Force on Administrative Segregation 1996-7Chapter 5 A Deadly July: Prison Politics, Staff Realities and the Law
Sector 5Chapter 1 Involuntary Transfers: Greyhound Therapy Then and NowChapter 2 The Special Handling Units: The Corruption of Correctional PrinciplesChapter 3 Prison Visiting: Lifelines to the CommunityChapter 4 The Power to Search and the Protection of PrivacyChapter 5 Super Max to Club Fed: The Journey from Outlawry
Sector 6Correcting Corrections: The Remedial ToolboxThe Grievance System -- Through the Eyes of a Prison OmbudsmanThe Grievance System: Through the Eyes of the Arbour CommissionThe Arbour Proposal for a New Judicial RemedyThe Correctional Investigators Proposed RemedyThe Correctional Investigators Millennium ReportThe CCRA Five-Year ReviewJudicial Review -- The Residual Role of the CourtsLawyers Dream or Correctional Administrators Nightmare?
ConclusionConclusion: Human Rights and the Prison at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century