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Dean Clarke, a probation officer and specialist practice teacher in South Yorkshire, takes issue with Ward and Spencer's defence of the Diploma in Social Work as the desirable route to qualification in Probation and suggests an alternative 'federation of specialised interests' and distinctive...
Mary Barker of Bristol University and Barbara Swyer of the Wessex Project, Winchester identify the short-comings in information-sharing and collaborative planning for community provision for mentally disordered offenders, as illustrated vividly by the inquiry into a fatal attack in London. They...
A letter in NAPO News (March 1994) raised the issue of the appropriateness of requests to probation officers to act as the 'appropriate adult' in police interviews with detained persons. Mark Drakeford of Swansea University Department of Applied Social Studies offers a brief guide to the legal...
Jean Tyers, Probation Officer in Durham Prison, reflects on the experiences of women in prison who are the survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
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