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P1-01 – Phil Wheatley

Successful Corrections Leadership Prisons and Community Justice are difficult areas in which to achieve success. The risks of serious failure is ever present success is often difficult to measure. Politicians, the media and the public all have firm views on what should produce success, though usually with little appreciation of the complexity of the task. […]

(249.25 KB) | 30. November 2016 | Author: Philip Wheatley
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Criminological Highlights – Volume 16, Number 2

(377.11 KB) | 28. November 2016 | Author: The Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies
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Care and Management of Transgender Offenders

The review on transgender offenders informs new policy on their management by the National Offender Management Service. Conclusions of the review forms the basis of changes to a new NOMS instruction which is published separately, replacing the earlier Prison Service Instruction 07/2011 on transsexual prisoners. Official Statistics report on Prisoner Transgender Statistics have been published […]

(231.02 KB) | 23. November 2016 | Author: Ministry of Justice, United Kingdom
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Advancing Corrections Journal, Edition #2-2016

This issue includes 15 original papers with authors from Canada, America, the UK, the Netherlands, Australia and Africa. The response to the last Call for Papers was overwhelming and with the support of our international Editorial Board, we could choose ‘la crème de la crème’ for our readers. The mix of authors we have been […]

(2.06 MB) | 21. November 2016 | Author: Frank Porporino
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A Preview of the Advancing Corrections Journal Edition #2-2016

This is a preview of the 2nd Edition of the Advancing Corrections Journal. This issue includes 15 original papers with authors from Canada, America, the UK, the Netherlands, Australia and Africa. The response to the last Call for Papers was overwhelming and with the support of our international Editorial Board, we could choose ‘la crème de […]

(1.24 MB) | 21. November 2016 | Author: Frank Porporino
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Foreign National Prisoners Picture Dictionary Picture it in Prison

The booklet Picture it in Prison has been developed for foreign national prisoners and for prison staff working with them. Worldwide half a million people are detained in a foreign country. In the European Union one in every five prisoners is a foreigner. Many of them face difficulties because they do not understand or speak […]

(2.22 MB) | 3. November 2016 | Author: Femke Hofstee-van der Meulen
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Review of: “Use of Research Evidence by Juvenile Justice and Youth Service Professionals: A Research Note.”

In the early 1960s and 1970s the classical liberal ideal of ‘pure’ science was being slowly eroded by a growing body of pragmatic discourse which explored the need to use scientific inquiry (i.e., basic/applied research) to promote economic growth and inform social policy. Ever since, there has been ongoing debate as to the merits of […]

(466.29 KB) | 3. November 2016 | Author: Prof. John Winterdyk
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Precarious identities: ‘Young’ motherhood, desistance and stigma

Past research has shown the importance of the transformational role of motherhood in inhibiting criminal activities (e.g., law-breaking) among women offenders (Kreager, Matsueda, & Erosheva, 2010; Sharpe, 2005). The transition from offending to motherhood often motivates mothers to desist from their criminal involvement, particularly to prevent their children from experiencing negative consequences of their actions. […]

(360.34 KB) | 3. November 2016 | Author: Ms Zaakira Mahreen Shahul Hameed
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P2-01 – Gerard Seijts (3)

What is leader character and how does it influence how we lead? “Finding leader character: The Foundation of Good Governance”

(502.11 KB) | 2. November 2016 | Author: Gerard Seijts
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P2-01 – Gerard Seijts (2)

What is leader character and how does it influence how we lead? “Leadership Character and Corporate Governance: By paying more attention to what defines “character,” directors can improve the quality of leadership in their organizations”

(199.15 KB) | 2. November 2016 | Author: Gerard Seijts
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