Fully revised and expanded to encompass the most up-to-date theory, policy and practice, this comprehensive text considers the different aspects of multi-agency working within criminal justice. It brings together probation, policing, prison, social work, criminological and organizational studies perspectives to provide an essential guide for students and practitioners in offender management and other managed care environments.
Aaron Pycroft, Senior Lecturer in Addiction Studies, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth Dennis Gough, Director of Community Justice, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth
Introduction ~ Aaron Pycroft and Dennis Gough; Multi-agency working and the Governance of Crime Control ~ Dennis Gough; From a Trained Incapacity to Professional Resistance in Criminal Justice ~ Aaron Pycroft; A time of change: the expanding role of Police and Crime Commissioners in local criminal justice delivery ~ Barry Loveday and Sue Roberts; Integrated Offender Management (IOM): A Brave New World or Business as Usual? ~ Andy Williams; MAPPA: Sex Offenders and Managing `the Other' in the Community ~ Mike Nash; Protection and Prevention: Identifying, managing and monitoring priority perpetrators of domestic abuse' ~ Jacki Tapley and Zoe Jackson; Policing a Diverse Society - the community based rationale for multi-agency working ~ Claudia Cox; The development of the police role in safeguarding children ~ John Fox; Hate crime, policing, and multi-agency partnership working ~ Jemma Tyson and Nathan Hall; The Complexity of Partnerships in the UK Counter Terrorism Strategy. What might we learn from contemporary efforts to counter Hate Crime? ~ John Grieve; Interviewing Children as Suspects - the need for a child centred approach ~ Lesley Laver; Culture Club Assemble! The powerful role of multi-agent relationships in prison habilitation ~ Sarah Lewis; Integrated secure care pathways for people with complex needs - service user, policy and practice perspectives ~ Graham Noyce; Removing the `Dual' and Working with the Presenting Diagnosis - Core Processes of Change ~ Anita Green and Aaron Pycroft; Offenders with mental health needs in the Criminal Justice System: the multi-agency challenge to provide solution-focussed responses ~ Jane Winstone; Enforcement and Rehabilitation - Challenges to Partnership Working with Substance Using Offenders ~ Marie-Edith Tiquet; The Decline of Youth Offending Teams: Towards a Progressive and Positive Youth Justice ~ Nick Pamment.