Department of Corrections Management

Prof N Du Preez

College of Law
School of Criminal Justice
Department: Corrections Management
Chair
Tel: 012 433 9432
E-mail: ndupreez@unisa.ac.za

Qualifications

  • DLitt et Phil in Penology
  • MTech in Corrections Management
  • BTech in Corrections Management
  • Higher Educational Diploma (4 years)
  • Certificate: Unit Management for Correctional Officials
  • Certificate: Strategic Management for Correctional Managers
  • Certificate: Professional Skills Development

Currently teaching

  • MA and PhD supervisor

Fields of academic interests

  • Offender Development
  • Case Management
  • Youth Corrections
  • Correctional Management

Field of Specialisation

  • Case Management (Admission & Release)
  • Remand Detention Management
  • Correctional Programmes

Books

  • Du Preez, N. & Luyt, W. (ed). Fundamentals and developmental psychology on Youth Corrections. Florida, South Africa. TSA Publishing. ISBN: 1-919847-14-6.
  • Du Preez, N., Bruyns, H., Jonker, J., Kriel, J., Mnguni, B., Ramabulana, A. & van der Merwe, J. Community Corrections Fundamentals & Philosophy. Florida, South Africa. TSA Publishing. ISBN: 1-919847-11-1.
  • Du Preez, N. & Luyt, W. 2007. Imprisonment of women in South Africa.  In Dünkel, F. (ed).  Lebens- uns Haftbedingungen inhaftierter Frauen in Europa. Berlin, Germany.  Godesberg Verlag Mönchen Gladbach.
  • Du Preez, N. 2004.  Historical developments in youth corrections. In Du Preez, N., Luyt, W. F. M. (ed). Fundamentals and developmental psychology on Youth Corrections. Florida, South Africa. TSA Publishing. ISBN: 1-919847-14-6.
  • Du Preez, N. 2002.  Community corrections and the criminal justice system. In Bruyns, H. J., du Preez, N., Jonker, J. M., Kriel, J., Mnguni, B. N., Ramabulana, A. O. & van der Merwe, J. S. Community Corrections Fundamentals & Philosophy. Florida, South Africa. TSA Publishing. ISBN: 1-919847-11-1.

Journal articles

  • Du Preez, N & Luyt, W.F.M. Managing incarcerated women after establishing their knowledge levels of HIV and AIDS: a Case study of the Johannesburg Female Correctional Centre.  ACTA Criminologica 2015 Special Edition, No. 2.
  • Du Preez, N & Luyt, W.F.M. Women, families and imprisonment in South Africa.  Wagadu, Women and impsriosnment. Volume 11, 2013. ISSN: 1545-6196
  • Du Preez, N. & Jonker, D. A penological perspective on the treatment of child molesters in the prevention of recidivism. CARSA 13(2) 2012.
  • Du Preez, N & Luyt, W.F.M. A case study of women incarceration in South Africa.  ACTA Criminologica 2010 Vol.23, No. 2.
  • Du Preez, N.  Imprisonment of black women with their babies and young children: A South African case study.  CARSA Nov/Dec 2008 Vol 9, No. 1.
  • Du Preez N.  Spiritual care of women in South African prisons: Historical development and current situation.  Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae Vol. XXXIV, Supplement, April 2008.
  • Du Preez, N.  Comparative analysis of imprisoned mothers’ perceptions regarding separation from their children: Case studies from Scotland and South Africa.  CARSA Nov/Dec 2006 Vol 7, No. 2.
  • Du Preez, N., Landman, C. & Luyt, W.  The incarcerated body: Judicial inspections, human rights and religious policy in prisons in South Africa.  Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae Vol. XXXII, No. 2, September 2006.
  • Du Preez, N. & Luyt, W.  The application of case management in a private prison: a South African case study.  ACTA Criminologica 2006 Vol.19, No. 4.

Paper presentations

  • Comparative analysis of women’s prisons – current situation, demand analysis and “best practice” – South African perspective on some health issues.  Women’s Imprisonment in Europe – Current situation, Demand analysis and Best Practices, Vilnius, Lithuania.  2005
  • The youth offender as victim of the modern society. 11th Victimology Symposium, Stellenbosch, South Africa. 2003
  • The application of the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules on Juvenile Justice in an African context. 2nd World Conference on Organised Crime, Durban, South Africa 2001
  • Needs Assessment.  5th CESCA conference, Windhoek, Namibia. 2001
  • Training and Development in Prisons. 2nd ICPA Conference: Criminal Justice as a Career of Choice. Cape Town, South Africa. 2000