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This article explores the difficulties that arise for probation agencies or those that deliver community sanctions in developing and maintaining their credibility in prevailing ‘late-modern’ social conditions. It begins by questioning the limits of the pursuit and promise of ‘public...
This article charts one woman’s journey from unqualified care worker to Probation Officer and later to academic. It outlines the social, political and theoretical influences she encounters along the way from anti-psychiatry to behaviourism, feminism and the politics of Black power, as well as...
This article supports Dominey’s ‘Work-based Distance Learning for Probation Practice: Doing the Job Properly’ whilst examining some of the points she makes on the basis of research evidence. In particular, it argues the case for the practice-based teacher and for sufficient study time as...
There has been a substantial development of domestic violence perpetrator programmes within the probation service in recent years. Pressures to ensure that approaches are ‘evidence-based’ and thereafter formally ‘accredited’ have led to the proliferation of somewhat standardized models of...
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