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Multi-agency working in criminal justice Multi-agency working in criminal justice :
Geographic Coverage
Great Britain
DDC: 364.941 full
LCC: HV9960.G7 M86 2010 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2010283576
Table Of Contents
Consensus, complexity and emergence : the mixed economy of service provision / Aaron Pycroft
Multi-agency working in corrections : cooperation and competition in probation practice / Dennis Gough
Clients or offenders? The case for clarity of purpose in multi-agency working / Carrie Skinner
Diversity and the policy agenda in criminal justice / Mark Mitchell
Multi-agency working with black and minority ethnic offenders / Sarah Hilder
From pillar to post : multi-agency working with women offenders / Rachel Goldhill
Working together to manage risk of serious harm / Suzie Clift
Singing from the same MAPPA hymn sheet, but can we hear all the voices? / Mike Nash
Sharing or shifting responsibility? The multi-agency approach to safeguarding children / Aileen Watson
Working together to tackle domestic violence / Jacki Tapley
Unlocking prisoners : does multi-agency working hold the key to the successful resettlement of released prisoners? / Gerry Parkinson
Offenders with mental health problems in the criminal justice system : the multi-agency challenge / Francis Pakes and Jane Winsone
The partnership approach to drug misuse / Bernie Heath
Dual diagnosis : issues and implications for criminal justice partnerships / Anne Rees
Youth offending teams : a multi-agency success or system failure? / Nicholas Pamment
The beauty of reflection and the beast of multi-agency cooperation / John E. Howard.
Authorized Access Point
Pycroft, Aaron. Multi-agency working in criminal justice
Authorized Access Point Variant
Gough, Dennis. Multi-agency working in criminal justice