This issue focuses on Learning Together, which was started in 2015 by Dr Ruth Armstrong and Dr Amy Ludlow, both based at University of Cambridge.
It is also the first opportunity Prison Service Journal has had to pay tribute to Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt, who lost their lives in the attack at Fishmongers’ Hall in London on 29 November 2019.
In this edition:
- Editorial comment
- Men’s experience of identity transition during the initial stages of Life Sentence Imprisonment: A Scottish perspective, by James Kerr
- Digital Privacy Behind Bars, by Jana Robberechts
- It’s Time to Go: Exploring Prison Life of Those Who Abscond. An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, by Laura-Michelle Chant and Mark Crane
- The Twinning Project: how football, the beautiful game, can be used to reduce reoffending, by Dr Martha Newson and Professor Harvey Whitehouse
- Plan B: Mindfulness for Reform: A new approach to mindfulness in the criminal justice system, by Samantha Russell and Sonya Russo
- Crossing Over – A Reflective Piece, by Danielle Mercer
- Informing Prison Theatre Improvement through World Café Conversations with Prisoners, by Sarah Page and Nicola Gratton
- Campaigning to Transform Justice. Interview with Penelope Gibbs, interviewed by Dr Jamie Bennett
- Obituary: Geoffrey Lister, by Brendan O'Friel