The Criminon program operates in more than 2,100 penal institutions across some 38 nations. Staffed largely by volunteers, Criminon also trains the personnel of correctional institutions for delivery of on-site rehabilitation programs. Criminon services further extend to police departments, juvenile facilities and crime prevention programs—the full equation for a world without crime.
Police officers in Mexicali, Mexico, train on the program's centerpiece, entitled The Way to Happiness, the common sense moral code.
In Indonesian prisons running the Criminon program, recidivism fell to less than 2 percent.
In Taiwan, as is the case throughout the world, drug-related offenses account for rising inmate populations. For that reason, the Criminon program includes a drug education component to help inmates understand and overcome addiction.
Criminon delivers programs in more than 50 South African facilities, from juvenile centers to maximum-security prisons.
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