Mary Corcoran is the guest editor for the themed section in this issue focusing on the marketisation of criminal justice, with contributions from Kevin Albertson, Gary Graig and Ed Cape. You can read Mary's introduction, 'The market revolution in criminal justice'.
Also in this issue:
- Andrew Henley's prize-winning essay on abolishing the stigma of punishments served
- Becky Clarke on chasing the 'reoffending' rainbow
- Jamie Grace reports on the domestic violence disclosure scheme
- Sarah Lamble explores why market logic curtails possiblities for genuine alternatives
- Kevin Albertson discussing the difficulty of aligning public services with the public good
To view this issue of cjm online please visit the Taylor & Francis Online website here.
Online access to the back catalogue is available free to all Centre for Crime and Justice Studies' members. To find out more about membership click here.