Source: (1991) Probation Journal. 38: 63-67.
After local research had shown that house burglary
attracted the highest rate of custodial sentences,
Plymouth probation officers David Nation and John
Arnott developed a group programme designed to offer a
credible non-custodial option and to change offending
behaviour through encounters with victims and
prisoners, plus reparation and crime prevention tasks.
They evaluate their first four completed programmes.
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