Shaping the criminal justice system: the role of those supported by Criminal Justice Service

Beth Weaver, C. Lightowler

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

    Abstract

    In Scotland, the development and delivery ofpersonalised social work services has been part of a wider public service reform agenda, building on Changing lives: report of the 21st century review of social work (Scottish
    Executive, 2006). This agenda has focused on harnessing the strengths, predilections, networks and capacities of those supported by services, to inform the design and delivery of services. To date, the place of criminal justice in
    this reform agenda has received comparatively limited attention (Weaver, 2011).
    This Insight focuses on the issue of involving those who have offended in shaping the criminal justice system, exploring the different models of involvement, the effectiveness of different approaches and the implications for Criminal Justice Social Work services.

    LanguageEnglish
    Number of pages8
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2012

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    Keywords

    • criminal justice system
    • scots law
    • justice

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    2012. 8 p.

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