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Volume 8, Issue 2 (Autumn 2010)

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Volume 8, Issue 2 of the British Journal of Community Justice, was published in Autumn 2010.

 

This Edition contains six papers in addition to the Editorial, Community Justice Files and Book Reviews.

 

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Editorial (Professor Paul Senior)

 

The Higher Education Contribution to Police and Probation Training: Essential, Desirable or an Indulgence? (Jane Dominey & Andy Hill)

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New Occupations in Community Justice: Inventing the Professional Curriculum for Community Safety & Anti Social Behaviour Officers (Kathryn Farrow, Nathan Hughes, Alison Paris & David Prior)

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Clashes in Culture? The 'Professionalisation' and 'Criminalisation' of the Drugs Workforce (Dr. Karen Duke)

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Professional Education in Youth Justice: Mirror or Motor? (Dr. Stephen Case & Richard Hester)

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Towards a European Approach to Probation Education and Training (Dr. Brian Stout & Rob Canton)
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Trust Me, I'm a Doctor: Academic Knowledge and Professional Practice in the Criminal Justice Sector (Jane Creaton & Dr. Phil Clements)

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Community Justice Files 23 (edited by Jane Dominey)

 

Book Reviews (edited by Rose Parkes)

 

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