Issues

The British Journal of Community Justice (Volume 14: Issue 1)

Published
15/03/2016
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Issue contents

Editorial Comment

Paul Senior

Editorial: A Conversation with Paul Senior

Article

Paul Senior, Dave Ward, Lol Burke, Charlotte Knight, Michael Teague, Tim Chapman, Jane Dominey, Jake Phillips, Anne Worrall, Anthony Goodman

The Essence of Probation

Article

Lol Burke, Michael Teague, Dave Ward, Anne Worrall

Probation Occupational Cultures for the future? A Focus Group Discussion

Article

Charlotte Knight, Jake Phillips, Tim Chapman

Bringing the Feelings Back: Returning Emotions to Criminal Justice Practice

Article

Anne Worrall

Probation Institute: Right Organisation, Right Timing?

Article

Paul Senior

Tragedy and Farce in Organisational Upheavals for Probation: What Next?

Article

Wendy Fitzgibbon

Innovation and Privatisation in the Probation Service in England and Wales

Article

John Deering

Practice and Practitioners in 2020?

Article

Anthony Goodman, Charlotte Knight

Diversity and ‘Anti Discriminatory Practice’: Towards 2020

Article

Jane Dominey, Lol Burke

What will Probation Practice Look Like in 2020?

Review

Jane Dominey, Anthony Goodman

Manifesto for Higher Education (HE)

Article

Michael Teague

Profiting from the Poor: Offender-Funded Probation in the USA

Article

Mike Nellis

Electronic Monitoring and Penal Reform: Constructive Resistance in the Age of “Coercive Connectedness”

Article

Michael Teague

Probation, People and Profits: The Impact of Neoliberalism

Review

Dr Nick Flynn, Ross Little

Community Justice Files 38

Review

Jake Phillips, Anne Robinson

Book Reviews (14.1)

Editorial Comment

Dave Ward

Paul Senior: An Editor Retires