Multi-agency working in criminal justice

Control and care in contemporary correctional practice

Edited by Aaron Pycroft and Dennis Gough

Multi-agency working in criminal justice

Edited by Aaron Pycroft and Dennis Gough

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

272 pages
Cloth $80.00 ISBN: 9781847424549 Published July 2010 For sale in North and South America only
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.

The policy context for the mixed economy of service provision ~ Aaron Pycroft

The corrections context ~ Dennis Gough

Reflective and practice skills for effective partnership working ~ John Howard and Helen Davis

Clients or offenders? The case for clarity of purpose in multi-agency working ~ Carrie Skinner

The diversity agenda in criminal justice ~ Mark Mitchell

MAPPA and risk ~ Aileen Watson and Suzie Clift

Collaboration or obstruction? The duty to cooperate under MAPPA ~ Mike Nash

Resettlement ~ Gerry Parkinson

From pillar to post: multi-agency working with women offenders ~ Rachel Goldhill

Multi-agency work with victims of domestic violence ~ Jacki Tapley

Supporting desistance: education, training and employment of offenders ~ Andy Bain

Supporting those with mental health needs passing through the criminal justice system ~ Jane Winstone and Francis Pakes

The partnership approach to drug misuse ~ Bernie Heath

Dual diagnosis ~ Anne Rees

Multi-agency work with offenders ~ Sarah Hilder

Background and context of multi-agency working within the youth justice system ~ Nick Pamment

Conclusion: Does multi agency working equate with effective practice ~ Aaron Pycroft and Dennis Gough

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