By Simon Green,Elizabeth Lancaster,Simon Feasey
Offending behaviour is without doubt one of the so much referred to concerns in modern society. What could be performed to prevent humans reoffending? What might be performed to aid humans get away their felony existence? This ebook goals to check and examine the several ways that those questions are addressed in perform, drawing upon the services of lecturers and practitioners.
The publication presents a severe reference textual content for practitioners, scholars and researchers drawn to devising the best technique of addressing offending behaviour. Its concentration is at the real paintings undertaken with offenders, and attracts upon frequent problems with perform acceptable around the voluntary, group and statutory sectors.
Addressing Offending Behaviour goals to bridge the distance among perform and study. It explores a variety of leading edge recommendations for criminal intervention, besides the most difficult educational theories. It additionally considers the broader social, political and criminal context within which this paintings happens, and explores the values and bias which function at either person and institutional levels.
It should be key analyzing for either scholars and practitioners excited about the fields of criminology and legal justice, law, policing, probation, prisons, adolescence justice and social work.
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