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Places not Cases?: Re-thinking the Probation Focus.

Source: (2005) The Howard Journal. 44(2):172-184.John Augustus, the ‘first probation officer’, carried a caseload assigned by the court. And ever since, this way of organising the probation officer’s accountability has dominated the profes... READ MORE

Editorial Introduction: Restorative Justice.

Source: (2005) Criminology & Public Policy. 4(1): 101-102.Restorative justice is a new movement contained within an old idea. The old idea is that justice requires of people who victimize others to "make right" what they have done by restoring t... READ MORE

Neighborhood Probation Offices in Maricopa County, Arizona.

Source: (2002) In What is community justice? Case studies of restorative justice and community supervision, ed. David R. Karp and Todd R. Clear, pp. 37-58. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.In studying the Coronado Neighborhood Probation Office... READ MORE

"Forgiveness: Restorative Justice in the Broadest Context."

Source: (1998) Community Corrections Report on Law and Corrections Practice 6(1): 7-9.As an aspect of restorative justice, this article discusses the dynamics of a crime victim’s forgiveness of the offender, with attention to the importance of f... READ MORE

Community justice: A conceptual framework

Source: (2000) In Boundary changes in criminal justice organizations, ed. Charles M. Friel, 323-368. Criminal Justice 2000, vol. 2. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.Comm... READ MORE