Rehabilitating and resettling offenders in the community.

Goodman, Anthony (2011) Rehabilitating and resettling offenders in the community. John Wiley and Sons Ltd, Chichester. ISBN 9780470991701

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Abstract

Rehabilitating and Resettling Offenders in the Community offers a critical introduction to the history, theory, politics, and contemporary issues surrounding offender rehabilitation both in prison and in the community. The book examines historical attempts and contemporary initiatives to streamline the delivery of services between prison and probation in order to reduce re-offending. Theoretical perspectives from a range of relevant fields, as well as viewpoints from front-line staff, make this important volume ideal for undergraduates and academics in criminology and psychology, trainee probation officers, and social workers.

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