Volume 14, Issue 1 of the British Journal of Community Justice was published in April 2016. This Edition contains 14 papers, in addition to the Foreword, Editorial, Community Justice Files and Book Reviews.
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14.1 Full Issue
Editorial - A conversation with Paul Senior
The essence of probation
Paul Senior & Dave Ward, with Lol Burke, Charlotte Knight, Michael Teague, Tim Chapman, Jane Dominey, Jake Philips, Anne Worrall & Anthony Goodman
Probation occupational cultures for the future? A focus group discussion
Lol Burke, Michael Teague, Dave Ward & Anne Worrall
Bringing the feelings back; returning emotions to criminal justice practice
Charlotte Knight, Jake Phillips & Tim Chapman
Probation Institute: right organisation, right timing?
Tragedy and farce in organisational upheavals for probation: what next?
Innovation and privatisation in the probation service in England and Wales
Practice and practitioners in 2020?
Diversity and 'anti-discriminatory practice': towards 2020
Anthony Goodman & Charlotte Knight
What will probation practice look like in 2020?
Jane Dominey & Lol Burke
Manifesto for Higher Education
Anthony Goodman & Jane Dominey
Profiting from the poor: offender-funded probation in the USA
Electronic Monitoring and penal reform: constructive resistance in the age of “coercive connectedness”
Probation, people and profits: the impact of neoliberalism
Community Justice Files 38
Compiled by Nick Flynn & Ross Little
Edited by Jake Phillips & Anne Robinson