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Scaling it down? A Study to Identify How 16 + Young Offenders across Leicestershire Engage with Education, Training or Employment
(British Journal of Community Justice, 2012)
This paper describes research into the education, training and employment (ETE) status of young offenders in Leicestershire, England. The study uses data collated by the Youth Offending Service (YOS) of over 600 young ...
Multiple perspectives on imprisonment in Europe
(Nordic Journal of Criminology, 2016)
There are currently over 1.6 million prisoners in Europe and conditions in Euro- pean prisons vary widely. The European Society of Criminology’s Working Group on Prison Life and the Effects of Imprisonment was established ...
Concept-Formation, Complexity and Social Domains: Investigating Emotion(s) in a Prison Setting
(Sociological research Online Journal, 2016-11)
This article reports on an ethnographic study focusing on the impact of in-cell television on prison life in a male adult prison in the UK. Author Layder's social domains model (1997; 2006) and his adaptive analysis (1998; ...
Framing education and learning in Youth Justice in England and Wales: Some outcomes for Young Offender Intervention
(British Journal of Community Justice, 2014)
It is acknowledged that many young offenders disengage with education. The need to reduce the numbers of young people that are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) has crept up the policy agenda for education ...
Engaging with the Night Time Economy Community: Finding Ways to Enhance Violence Reduction Across Leicester City
This report documents the outcome of a series of consultations with the night time economy community in Leicester city. Its focus was to explore the ways in which this community and its stakeholders views and responds to ...
Moral and ethical issues of using technology in corrections
(Technology in Corrections, 2019-04)
We discuss a framework for developing ethically and morally sensitive implementation of digital technology in prisons
Between Tradition and Modernity: Digital Maturity of Judicial Organisations
(24th Council of Europe Conference of Directors of Prison and probation Services, 2019-05)
We discuss the digital transformation in relation to innovation and digital maturity journeys made by prison services
The Capacity and Capability of Digital Innovation in Prisons: Towards Smart Prisons
(Advancing Corrections, 2017)
This article explores the process of innovation in the context of prisons and more specifically the use and availability of digital technologies. Digital technologies attract the innovation label meaning they are heralded ...
Some Observations on the Digital Landscape of Prisons Today
This article will provide a review of some of the developments that have taken place in prison with respect to communication digital technologies and draws upon data collated from interviews with prisoners, prison staff ...