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Getting Out of Jail

Criminal justice? Using a social capital theory to evaluate probation-managed drug policy Criminal justice? Using a social capital theory to evaluate probation-managed drug policy

Policy must be theoretically informed and appropriately targeted if it is to be effective (Kerr et al., 2011). In probation-managed drug policy, this demands an appropriate theory framework within which the multi-dimensional nature of problematic drug use can be understood. To engender genuine justice in such policy, theory must give ‘proper... [Read more of this review]

Chained to the prison gates: A comparative analysis of two modern penal reform campaigners Chained to the prison gates: A comparative analysis of two modern penal reform campaigners

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Probationer-directed interventions: A practitioner response to ‘Structured decisions about Dutch probation service interventions’ by Jacqueline Bosker, Cilia Witteman and Jo Hermanns Probationer-directed interventions: A practitioner response to ‘Structured decisions about Dutch probation service interventions’ by Jacqueline Bosker, Cilia Witteman and Jo Hermanns

This article is a practitioner response to ‘Structured decisions about Dutch probation service interventions’ by Jacqueline Bosker, Cilia Witteman and Jo Hermanns published in the June 2013 edition of Probation Journal. Bosker et al.’s (2013) article suggested that the next logical step from structured risk assessment would be a more... [Read more of this review]

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