By A. E. Bottoms, Sue Rex, Gwen Robinson
Because the united kingdom and plenty of different western societies withstand the results of a speedily expanding felony inhabitants, so the hunt for substitute techniques to punishment and working with offenders has turn into an more and more pressing precedence for presidency coverage and society as an entire. This booklet reviews the result of the study programme commissioned via the Coulsfield Inquiry into choices to legal, which used to be funded via the Esm?e Fairbairn 'Rethinking Crime and Punishment' initiative. it truly is written via best gurus within the box, and gives a complete, authoritative and wide-ranging assessment of the diversity of concerns linked to using noncustodial sanctions, analyzing reviews in Scotland and northerly eire in addition to England and Wales.
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35 In 2000 the Government published the recommendations of a wideranging Review of the Criminal Justice System in Northern Ireland, which was set up in 1998 under the Good Friday Agreement (Criminal Justice Review Group 2000). A series of research reports relating to different aspects of criminal justice were published alongside the Review, including separate reports relating to prisons and probation (Blair 2000), juvenile crime and justice (O’Mahony and Deazley 2000) and restorative justice (Dignan and Lowey 2000).
Alternatives to prison: options for an insecure society by A. E. Bottoms, Sue Rex, Gwen Robinson