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Part I 1. Introduction by Francis Cowe, Jo Brayford and John Deering 2. Creative Work: An Historical Perspective by Maurice Vanstone 3. Travelling Hopefully: Desistance Theory and Probation Practice by Beth Weaver and Fergus McNeill 4. Bringing Sense and Sensitivity to Corrections: from Programmes to 'Fix' Offenders to Services to Support Desistance by Frank J. Porporino Part II 5. Women Offenders: More Troubled than Troublesome? by Jenny Roberts 6. Residential Work with Adult Offenders: Greenhouses or Warehouses? by Francis Cowe and Sally Cherry 7. Creative Working with Minority Ethnic Offenders by Pauline Durrance, Liz Dixon and Hindpal Singh Bhui 8. Asset-based Welfare and Youth Justice: Making it Local by Mark Drakeford and Lee Gregory 9. Dancing through Gaps: a Welsh Approach to Personal Support in Custody for Young People by Jo Brayford and Duncan Holtom 10. Contemporary Sex Offender Treatment: Incorporating the Circles of Support and Good Lives Model by Mark S. Carich, Chris Wilson, Peter A. Carich and Martin C. Calder 11. Getting Out: Offenders in Forestry and Conservation Work Settings by Claudia Carter and Aaron Pycroft 12. Putting the OM into NOMS: Problems and Possibilities for Offender Management by Mike Maguire and Peter Raynor 13. What Else Works - Back to the Future? by Jo Brayford, Francis Cowe and John Deering

About the Author

Jo Brayford is the Criminal and Community Justice Subject Leader at the University of Wales, Newport. She has recently completed a project with Working Links (unemployment, drug misuse) and am currently evaluating a project funded by the Home Office but operational through Newport City Council that aims to reduce alcohol related violence in Newport city centre. John Deering is Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Wales, Newport. His research interests focus on the criminal justice system, in particular the probation service, and he is also a founder of the Welsh Centre for Crime and Social Justice.


'This edited volume provides a thoughtful antidote to fears of an 'over-reliance on cognitive behaviourism as a theory of intervention and group work as a system of deliver' (p. 3) within work with offenders. The editors are forceful in their assertion that the 'What Works' agenda has 'led to the exclusion of other theories and forms of intervention and the downplaying of the relationship between the supervisor and supervised' (p. 3), although they avoid being dogmatic in their approach.

This volume has a lot to offer for a range of people and I would strongly recommend it to practitioners in any area of criminal justice, academics and, perhaps most wholeheartedly, policy makers interested in implementing more relational, inclusive and reflexive offender-focused practice.' - Jake Phillips, PhD Candidate, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge

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