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Prison Service Journal: 255

The latest edition of Prison Service Journal explores trauma and psychotherapy in prisons, including: An interview with Stephen Akpabio-Klementowski Dr Roger Grimshaw on listening to young people talking about trauma A view of prisons through a trauma-informed lens by Dr Alexandria Bradley...
Prison Service Journal
6 July 2021
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Prison Service Journal: 254

The latest edition of Prison Service Journal addresses a wide range of issues including: The impact of smoke-free policies on prisoners The process of grieving and bereavement behind bars The beginnings of desistance in juvenile offenders Prison officer perceptions of safety, accountability and...
Prison Service Journal
11 May 2021
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Prison Service Journal: 253

The latest edition of Prison Service Journal gives voice to those responsible for dealing with coronavirus in prisons around the world. Drawing on the experiences of prison staff, families of prisoners and prisoners themselves, this month's contributors include: Hazael Ruíz Ortega and Pedro Aguilar...
Prison Service Journal
18 March 2021
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Prison Service Journal: 252

The latest edition of Prison Service Journal , co-edited by Dr Jamie Bennett and Dr Kate Gooch explores the theme of 'security'. Prompted by the lack of research and theory in the field of security in relation to prison life, this special edition features articles by: Dr Kate Gooch and Professor...
Prison Service Journal
2 February 2021
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Prison Service Journal: 251

The latest edition of Prison Service Journal focuses on the specific experiences and challenges of the following groups in the prison system: People who have neurodevelopmental disorders People convicted of sexual assault Transgender prisoners
Prison Service Journal
3 November 2020
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Prison Service Journal: 250

On the release of the 250th Prison Service Journal, the issue offers academics the opportunity to reflect upon prisons and imprisonment in the past half a century. This edition includes, amongst others, contributions from: Dr Sarah Moore on escapes from prison Professor Joe Sim on modern prisons in...
Prison Service Journal
11 September 2020
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Prison Service Journal: 249

This second special edition links with the November 2019 edition. Amongst the articles are: ‘Major H’ — the life and times of a Victorian Convict Prison governor by David J Cox and Joseph Hale ‘You cease to be a man’: masculinity and the ‘gentleman convict’, c.1870-1914 by Ben Bethell
Prison Service Journal
27 April 2020
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Prison Service Journal: 246

This issue offers historical perspectives on prison and criminal justice issues nationally and locally with a range of articles focusing on aspects of imprisonment reaching from penal reform to prison financing systems. Allan Brodie analyses English prison planning predominantly between 1780 and...
Prison Service Journal
1 November 2019
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Prison Service Journal: 245

This edition offers a collection of articles that all, in their own ways, offer grounds for hope and optimism. Includes the winning article of the year by Sarah Nixon for ‘I just want to give something back’: Peer work in prison 'Towards ACE-Aware, trauma responsive penal policy and practice' by...
Prison Service Journal
4 September 2019
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The potential of rehabilitative cultures

Dr Jamie Bennett introduces the latest edition of the Prison Service Journal concluding that support for rehabilitative cultures has emerged during the prison crisis

27 June 2019