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Multi-agency working in criminal justice: Control and care in contemporary correctional practice

Multi-agency working in criminal justice: Control and care in contemporary correctional practice (Paperback)

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This textbook brings together for the first time theory, policy and skills relevant to working in a multi agency setting within the criminal justice system. It comes at an important time as the professional qualifying arrangements for probation officers are changing, along with the development of a mixed economy of correctional practice. The book outlines the legislative and policy framework in the criminal justice system, and evaluates professional and organisational conflicts within multi agency contexts as well as highlighting key offender groups, and issues associated with desistance from crime. It is essential reading for all students and practitioners involved in or studying correctional work, through the Probation or Prison services, or other agencies.

Aaron Pycroft is is Senior Lecturer in Addiction Studies in the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Portsmouth. His primary teaching and research interests are in substance misuse, multi-agency working and the application of complexity theory to policy and practice in the delivery of rehabilitation services. Dennis Gough is Senior Lecturer in Penology with the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Portsmouth. He teaches and researches in the broad fields of punishment, prisons and their respective alternatives. His PhD research is concerned with the governance of corrections

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