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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Reparation and Victim-Focused Social Work

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ISBN13: 9781843100232
ISBN: 1843100231
Published: September 2001
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Format: Paperback
Price: £24.99



Reparation and the place of the victim in the criminal justice process have been the focus of recent legislation and policy initiatives. As a result practitioners are required to place more emphasis on working with victims. The contributors to this book bring together research material from the wide range of disciplines involved and present an overview of the information needed for effective practice.;They examine the practicalities of reparation orders, family group conferencing, restorative cautioning schemes and the workings of youth offending teams. They also evaluate the effects of legislation such as the Crime and Disorder Act and the Victim's Charter and explore issues raised by specific types of crime such as urban and rural crime, ""hate crimes"" and male violence in the home. This book is useful reading for all agencies and individuals working with offenders and their victims.

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Contents:
Introduction, Brian Williams; compensating victims of crime in the European Union - the case for state restitution, Jo Goodey; restorative justice - the choice between bilateral decision-making power and third party intervention, Jo-Anne Wemmers; family group conferencing - a victim perspective, Guy Masters; reparation orders, Jim Dignan; responding to victims of crime in rural areas, Susan R. Moody; supporting victims of racist abuse and violence, Charlotte Knight and Karen Chouan; probation work with victims of crime, Barbara Tudor; victim impact statements - voices to be heard in the criminal justice process?, Sandra Walklate; adressing victim issues in pre-sentence reports, Jane Dominey; keeping the man in the frame and the woman in the picture - men's violence programmes and victim-focused work, Moira Andrew and Rory Macrae.