The Correctional Institutions Environment Scale (CIES) measures the social climate of juvenile and adult correctional programs. As one of the Social Climate Scales, the CIES helps correctional staff to articulate their concerns and to develop a cognitive framework for understanding programs. It provides accurate information about perceptions of different programs, and it encourages staff to become involved in program planning and design. Scales measured include: involvement, support, expressiveness, autonomy, practical orientation, personal problem orientation, order and organization, clarity, and staff control.
Copyright © 1974, 1987 by Rudolf H. Moos
Features of the CIES
Purpose: Measure the social climate of juvenile and adult correctional programs.
Length: 90 items
Average completion time: 25-30 minutes
Target population: Adults working in juvenile or adult correctional programs
Administration: For individual or group administration
Uses of the CIES
Personal Problem Orientation
Order & Organization
There are 90 statements in this book. They are statements about correctional units. Please decide which statements are true of your unit and which are not.
|1. The residents are proud of this unit.||True||False|
|2. Staff have very little time to encourage residents.||True||False|
|3. Residents are encouraged to show their feelings.||True||False|
|4. The staff act on residents' suggestions.||True||False|
|5. There is very little emphasis on making plans for getting out of here.||True||False|
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