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Supervision and punishment in the community

Home Office

Supervision and punishment in the community

a framework for action

by Home Office

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Published by HMSO in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Probation -- Great Britain.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 50 p.
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20112215M
    ISBN 100101096623
    OCLC/WorldCa70303052

    Pervasive Punishment: Making Sense of Mass Supervision McNeill, F.. Bingley: This book is about punishment that entails supervision of offenders in the community, probation, parole, or community service being the best‐known examples. All this would make Pervasive Punishment a good book already, but it has much more to offer as it. New book about community punishment in Europe sheds light on ‘mass supervision’ 06 Aug The SCCJR’s Fergus McNeill has co-edited a new book exploring the origins, evolution and adaptations of supervision in 11 European jurisdictions. Community Punishment: European Perspectives, co-edited with Gwen Robinson of the University of Sheffield, advances the sociology of punishment by.

    In Community Punishment: European perspectives, the authors place punishment in the community under the spotlight by exploring the origins, evolution and adaptations of supervision in 11 European jurisdictions. For most people, punishment in the criminal justice system is . In Community Punishment: European perspectives, the authors place punishment in the community under the spotlight by exploring the origins, evolution and adaptations of supervision in 11 European most people, punishment in the criminal justice system is synonymous with imprisonment. Yet, both in Europe and in the USA, the numbers of people under some form of penal .

    The book includes analysis of why people offend and stop offending, and the wide ranging impacts of probation. This includes the impact on offenders' social reintegration, as a form of reparation for victims and communities, on public desire for justice and punishment, and on probationers themselves. Pervasive Punishment: Making Sense of Mass Supervision - Kindle edition by McNeill, Fergus. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Pervasive Punishment: Making Sense of Mass s: 2.


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Community supervision, in other words, is a crucial dimension of excessive punishment, but can also be a part of the move to downsize the carceral state. As countries reconsider their policies (and, in some cases, struggle to maintain moderate rates of punishment), community supervision has thus become a core penal concern.

3Author: Michelle S. Phelps, Caitlin Curry. (a) A judge who places on community supervision a defendant convicted of an offense under SectionsPenal Code, shall require as a condition of community supervision that the defendant attend and successfully complete, before the st day after the date community supervision is granted, an educational program designed to.

In Community Punishment: European perspectives, the authors place punishment in the community under the spotlight by exploring the origins, evolution and adaptations of supervision in 11 European most people, punishment in the criminal justice system is synonymous with imprisonment.

Yet, both in Europe and in the USA, the numbers of people under some form of penal Cited by: In Community Punishment: European perspectives, the authors place punishment in the community under the spotlight by exploring the origins, evolution and adaptations of supervision in 11 European.

Despite its dramatic proliferation and diversification in recent decades, supervisory forms of punishment in the community (like probation, parole and unpaid work) have been largely invisible in scholarly and public discussion of criminal justice and its development in late-modern societies.

The long-standing pre-occupation with the prison, and more recent concerns about 'mass incarceration. "Brings to life the deep harms of supervision and how we might reconfigure it to create more justice for individuals and our communities" -- Dr Michelle S.

Phelps, University of Minnesota, USA "Remarkable and ground-breaking this singular work will challenge your understanding of punishment as well as your views about the limitations of academic work" --Professor Shadd Maruna, Queen's Reviews: 2.

In my new book, Pervasive Punishment, I argue that the invisibility of supervisory forms of punishment in the community – and our ignorance of what they entail – hamstrings scholarly, political and public debate about the legitimacy and effectiveness of penal systems. We are so preoccupied with the prison as the quintessential site and form.

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But what is much less well known, and yet less exceptional, is the similarly historically unprecedented phenomenon of mass supervision—the dramatic rate at which multiple countries (including the UK) rely on community supervision of various kinds.

It is this phenomenon that Fergus McNeill’s new book, Pervasive Punishment, helps illuminate. Complete with charts that spell out potential sentencing options for different types of offenses, Punishment & Probation describes the application of Code of Criminal Procedure Chapter 42 and new Chapter 42A for sentencing, community supervision, deferred adjudication, and pretrial diversion.

The book also includes information about. This focus on rehabilitation was largely reflected in community supervision practices before the s. Beginning in the s, there was a shift toward control and punishment as paradigms in the criminal justice system, which was reflected in community supervision with a focus toward surveillance rather than rehabilitation (MacKenzie, ).

Introduction to Criminal Justice, Seventh Edition, introduces readers to the field of criminal justice. The book is organized around three basic themes: the system-like nature of criminal justice, the core conflict between due process and crime control, and the importance of discretion. Objective, comprehensive, and up-to-date, the eleventh edition of best-selling COMMUNITY-BASED CORRECTIONS provides an excellent introduction to the theory, procedures, evidence-based practices, and personnel involved in community-based corrections.

Students learn about the supervision techniques and treatment programs that constitute alternatives to incarceration, and. In Community Punishment: European perspectives, the authors place punishment in the community under the spotlight by exploring the origins, evolution and adaptations of supervision in 11 European jurisdictions.

For most people, punishment in the criminal justice system is synonymous with imprisonment. Yet, both in Europe and in the USA, the numbers of people under some form of penal. Get this from a library.

Organising supervision & punishment in the community: a decision document. [Great Britain. Home Office.]. In Community Punishment: European perspectives, the authors place punishment in the community under the spotlight by exploring the origins, evolution and adaptations of supervision in 11 European jurisdictions.

For most people, punishment in the criminal justice system is synonymous with imprisonment. Yet, both in Europe and in the USA, the numbers of people under some form of penal Brand: Taylor And Francis.

This book challenges the centrality of the prison in our understanding of punishment, inviting us to see, hear, imagine, analyse and restrain 'mass supervision'. Though rooted in social theory and social research, its innovative approach complements more conventional academic writing with photography, song-writing and storytelling.

In a recent book (McNeill, ), I argued that the pains of supervision should be minimised by restricting its use and the demands it makes, and by rethinking its practices in more productive ways. I suggested that for supervision to be productive, it needed to be practically helpful, to be experienced as legitimate and fair, and to be time.

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Pervasive Punishment. Making Sense of Mass Supervision, by Fergus McNeill, offers a complete analysis of contemporary penal supervision in the community in Scotland and England and Wales, with references to the North American and European aim of this book is to make the supervisory forms of punishment in the community visible, which, according to the author, have been.

In place of the “old way,” leaders are beginning to emphasize new ideas and new approaches to community supervision. This book is meant to illustrate some of those new and important ideas now being invented in the field.

(eds)What is community justice?: case studies of restorative Restorative Justice vs. Punitive Punishment.Buy Supervision and Punishment in the Community: A Framework for Action (Command Paper) by Great Britain: Home Office (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Great Britain: Home Office.Introduction: Studying Mass Supervision. In this path-breaking book, David Garland argues that punishment is a complex social institution that affects both social relations and cultural.