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Former prisons inspector condemns probation service reform plans

Former prisons inspector condemns probation service reform plans | desistance | Scoop.it
Lord Ramsbotham promises to lead rebellion unless 'muddled' government plans to fragment probation service are rewritten...

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Researching black men’s desistance: Researcher positionality | Discovering Desistance

Researching black men’s desistance: Researcher positionality | Discovering Desistance | desistance | Scoop.it

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How and why people stop offending: Discovering desistance

"This Insight provides a brief introduction to the research evidence about the process of desistance from crime. It also explores some of the potential practice and policy implications emerging from this evidence. It has been prepared as part of a wider project, Discovering Desistance, which aims to share and extend knowledge about desistance and how criminal justice supervision can better support individual efforts to change. In this project, the forms of evidence involved include not just academic research (as traditionally understood!), but also the knowledge of ‘desisters’, of people subject to supervision, of the ‘natural’ supporters of desistance within family and social networks, of criminal justice practitioners and managers, and of policy makers."

 

via @desistance @irissorg


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Radical scheme to rescue NEETs - In the news

Radical scheme to rescue NEETs - In the news | desistance | Scoop.it
A pioneering scheme to get NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training) back on their feet kicks off today with charities and businesses given the go-ahead to prove they can turn young people’s lives around in exchange for cash.
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Changing Lives? Desistance Research and Offender Management

Changing Lives? Desistance Research and Offender Management | desistance | Scoop.it

This report provides a literature review on desistance from crime which explores the purposes of offender management; understanding and supporting desistance; desistance and the process of offender management; desistance and compliance with offender management; and, desistance and the credibility of offender management.

 

Via No Offence! ‏@NoOffenceCIC


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