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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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The Voluntary Sector and Criminal Justice

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Edited by: Anthea Hucklesby

ISBN13: 9781137370662
Published: October 2015
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £68.00



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The voluntary sector has a long history of involvement in criminal justice by providing a variety of services to offenders and their families, victims and witnesses. This collection brings together leading experts to provide critical reflections and cutting edge research on the contemporary features of voluntary sector work in criminal justice.

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Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
1. Introduction
Anthea Hucklesby and Mary Corcoran

PART I
2. Paved with Good Intentions: The Way Ahead for Voluntary Sector Organisations
Clive Martin, Lesley Frazer, Clare Hayes, Ellie Cumbo and Katie O'Donoghue
3. Third Tier in the Supply Chain? Voluntary Agencies and the Commissioning of Offender Rehabilitation Services
Mike Maguire
4. The Voluntary Sector and Public Services: Implications for Criminal Justice
Rod Dacombe and Elizabeth Morrow
5. Deconstructing the Panacea: The Benefits Fallacy in Volunteer Recruitment in Criminal Justice
Mary Corcoran and Jurgen Grotz
6. Researching the Voluntary Sector: When Worlds Collide
Carol Hedderman and Anthea Hucklesby

PART II
7. Voluntary Work with Offenders: Providing Services in the Penal Environment
Alice Mills and Rosie Meek
8. Women's Voluntary Organizations and the Canadian Penal 'Culture of Control'
Kelly Hannah-Moffat and Paula Mauratto
9. Dealing with Diversity, the Voluntary Sector, and Criminal Justice
Loraine Gelsthorpe and Jane Dominey
10. Victims and the Voluntary Sector: A Torrid Affair
Katherine S. Williams