Multi agency working with Black and minority ethnic offenders
• Context issues of discrimination experienced by black and minority ethnic offenders within the criminal justice system and the lack of confidence and credibility this triggers when seeking to engage with the black voluntary and community sector. • The impact of racism and other influences on personal identity and different models of offending behaviour interventions including empowerment. • How cultural transference in multi agency working may impact on black and minority ethnic offenders’ experience of community supervision. • The role of the black voluntary and community sector in reducing re-offending.
Citation : Hilder, S. (2010) Multi agency working with Black and minority ethnic offenders. In: Pycroft, A. and Gough, D. eds. Multi-agency Working in Criminal Justice: Control and Care in Contemporary Correctional Practice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 65-80
ISBN : 9781847424532
Peer Reviewed : Yes