Innovative Justice and Desistance

J.D. Murphy1,2*, K.L. Goodwin2,3 1 Design4Use Pty Ltd 2 Department of Justice NSW 3 Matchbox Studio *corresponding author: john@design4use.com.au Currently, the primary mechanisms for families to communicate with loved ones in detention centres in NSW in real time are telephone...
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M. Barry Principal Research Fellow, Law School, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, monica.barry@strath.ac.uk Young offenders’ views of the criminal justice system or of why young people desist from crime are rarely sought by policy makers and practitioners the world over. This presentation...
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M. Barry Principal Research Fellow, Law School, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, monica.barry@strath.ac.uk Young offenders’ views of the criminal justice system or of why young people desist from crime are rarely sought by policy makers and practitioners the world over. This presentation...
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Dung Tuan Truong Dung Tuan Truong, PhD Candidate in Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, dane.truong@vuw.ac.nz Abstinence has historically been the dominant approach internationally for tackling drug dependence, however, the emergence of HIV/AIDS in the 1980s led to new approaches...
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C. Seppings Despite the current range of rehabilitation and reintegration programs, more than 55% of the prison population returns. Claire Seppings, funded and supported by the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust has undertaken a fact-finding visit to the UK, Ireland, Sweden...
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C. Seppings Despite the current range of rehabilitation and reintegration programs, more than 55% of the prison population returns. Claire Seppings, funded and supported by the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust has undertaken a fact-finding visit to the UK, Ireland, Sweden...
  • August 19, 2016
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Danielle Arlanda Harris San Jose State University, CA United States, danielleharris@gmail.com Desistance refers to the de-escalation or cessation of offending. For two centuries it has been observed by criminologists as a natural human process for the majority of those who break...
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Danielle Arlanda Harris San Jose State University, CA United States, danielleharris@gmail.com Desistance refers to the de-escalation or cessation of offending. For two centuries it has been observed by criminologists as a natural human process for the majority of those who break...
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D. Johns University of Melbourne, School of Social & Political Sciences, diana.johns@unimelb.edu.au Release from prison is typically disorienting, disruptive, uncertain, risky. Supporting people’s post-prison transitions towards desistance – and ultimately ‘reintegration’ – requires specialist skill, understanding and persistence. It often involves a...
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D. Johns University of Melbourne, School of Social & Political Sciences, diana.johns@unimelb.edu.au Release from prison is typically disorienting, disruptive, uncertain, risky. Supporting people’s post-prison transitions towards desistance – and ultimately ‘reintegration’ – requires specialist skill, understanding and persistence. It often involves a...
  • August 19, 2016
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