4 edition of Probation, temporary release schemes, and reconviction found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 76-79).
|Statement||Philip Whitehead, Neill Turver, Jim Wheatley.|
|Contributions||Turver, Neill., Wheatley, Jim.|
|LC Classifications||HV9346.C58 W49 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 79 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||91015833|
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The main concern of this book is to explore certain features of the operation of temporary release and reconviction book in the Cleveland Probation Service from the. Words: Length: 6 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: Probation and Parole Programs Individuals who are unfamiliar with the criminal justice system may think that a convicted criminal is sentenced to a certain period of time in prison and when released has paid his -- or her -- debt to society in full and is as free as anyone without a.
Knowledge and the Probation Service is designed to help trainee probation officers study for the Diploma in Probation Studies, focusing particularly on the NVQ elements and making the link to the degree programme in n by Philip Whitehead and Jamie Thompson, each with over 25 years’ Probation of the probation service, it will also be valuable to those assessing Cited by: 6.
Philip Whitehead has worked for the Teesside Probation Service since He has published several books and articles in relation to probation, community supervision of offenders, temporary release schemes and reconviction, and managing the proba More about Philip Whitehead. Buy Knowledge and the Probation Service: Raising Standards for Trainees, Assessors and Practitioners by Philip Whitehead, Jamie Thompson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The risk of harm assessment must inform assessments and decisions about the management of the prisoner, for example, allocation, work allocation, re-categorisation, release on temporary licence etc. Sentence plans must be developed which work to minimise the risk.
Introduction. In light of rapidly rising prison populations in a vast number of jurisdictions, on the one hand, and high corresponding recidivism rates, on the other, the need for renewed focus on reintegrating prisoners into the community has become urgent.
1 As of October,more than million people were held in prisons throughout the world, whether as pre-trial detainees or Cited by: The majority of these programmes targeted job readiness, community resource, housing, and family reunification.
The practice of temporary release in England and Wales is also growing, and in there were over a quarter of a million temporary release grants with the overwhelming majority of these being for family reasons. The statistics, based on data, show that reoffending rates for individual prisons range from % to % for criminals locked up for less than 12 months and between 2% and 55% for those.
Whilst 'probation' continues to be officially 'disappeared' by Messrs Gauke and Stewart, I notice Rob Allen is encouraged by the recent warm words regarding sentencing and imprisonment. I'm afraid I remain deeply sceptical, firstly by their joint refusal to acknowledge, let.
As always, reconviction rates will be the most important measure of the effectiveness of an accredited offending behaviour programme. The MoJ is committed to a reconviction study but is waiting for a sufficiently large sample which has completed the programme, been released and spent years in the community.
Negative impact. Last Friday (30 June ) the MoJ published its Impact evaluation of the prison-based Core Sex Offender Treatment Programme, possibly unique in MoJ analytical series reports for being heavily trailed in the Daily Mail.
The report made headlines because it appears that sex offenders on the treatment programme were found to have a. Ministry of Justice publishes a range of statistics relating to the operation of the criminal and civil justice systems, on aspects of criminal justice policy, and on other areas of the department.
The latest overall reconviction rates published by the Home Office for those placed on probation was 60 per cent. More telling is that the majority placed under probation supervision are males under 30; the reconviction rates for those under 21 years was 77 per cent, years 66 per cent and years 60 per cent.
Collectively their contributions sketch an informal oral history of probation for almost half its lifespan in England and Wales.
In Probation and Politics: Academic Reflections from Former Practitioners (Vanstone & Priestley ) they cast a critical eye over the history of the service, its values, and the effectiveness or otherwise of its diverse practice. Traditionally, it was used for offenders on probation, but in legislative changes mean that it can be used for high-risk offenders on day passes, work release and parole.
A comprehensive evaluation of a GPS monitoring pilot was conducted in .The New Zealand Corrections Journal - Department of Corrections Email: [email protected] ISSN. the 'offender / client / service user' perspective is very important to ensuring a system promotes change and a.
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