Source: (2006) Probation Journal. 53(4):334-346.
In this article, the authors draw on arguments developed in their recent
book Rehabilitation, Crime and Justice (Raynor and Robinson, 2005) to discuss
the aftermath of the â€˜What Worksâ€™ initiative and the future of rehabilitation. They
argue that our understanding of rehabilitation needs to extend beyond narrow
correctionalism to a more socially inclusive and relational model, and outline
some of the strategies which might enable the probation service, at a time of
uncertainty about its future, to contribute to this kind of development.
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