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Working with Sex Offenders is a unique book which brings together leading practitioners in the field to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date distillation of relevant guidance to assist anyone who works with sex offenders. The authors examine topics including assessment, treatment, supervision and safeguarding. Skills and strategies for successful engagement...
Using the successful Inside-Out program, in which incarcerated and non-incarcerated college students are taught in the same classroom, this book explores the practice of community-based learning, including the voices of teachers and participants, and offers a model for courses, student life programs, and faculty training.
The United States has the highest per-capita incarceration rate in the world. But are we any safer? The author proves that locking people up actually makes society less safe - and that there are alternatives that do a better job of deterring crime and providing justice for victims.
By Clark Baim
Covering must-know theory and packed with photocopiable practical exercises that work, this is an essential guide to rehabilitation theory and practice for professionals to use in direct work with offenders. All the exercises are culturally aware and designed for maximum flexibility to meet different needs and learning styles.
For the last thirty years or so, penal theorists and researchers have been preoccupied with mass incarceration. This book focuses on the neglected area of offender supervision which has developed rapidly in scale, distribution and intensity in recent years, providing a unique insight into offender supervision in the European community.
Documents the efforts of the Prison Communication, Activism, Research, and Education collective PCARE to put democracy into practice by merging prison education and activism.
By Simon Barlow
Bringing together a summary of evidence across diverse offender populations, and featuring an international cast of experienced contributors, What Works in Offender Rehabilitation provides professionals with a guide to best practices in rehabilitation with a variety of offenders.
By Laura Bates
A professor and a prisoner, and how Shakespeare saved them both Larry Newton, one of the most notorious inmates in the prison's supermax, was trying to break out. But Laura Bates, one of the most persistent teachers the prison had seen, was trying to break in.
Presents foundations of correctional intervention, including overviews of the major systems of therapeutic intervention, and correctional assessment and classification. This book provides a comprehensive picture of approaches for treating and rehabilitating correctional clients. It describes tools and skill sets for the correctional counselor.