Psychology in Probation Services
February 2005, Wiley-Blackwell
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"This is a timely, elegant and wide-ranging collection of essays. It will prove of value and interest not only to professional psychologists and those working in probation but to all those seeking to identify 'what works' in the criminal justice system." Stephen Shaw, Prisons and Probation Ombudsman for England and Wales
"A very practical and informative book that clearly illustrates the contribution and potential contribution that applied psychology can make to the care of offenders and victims in the community, as well as to those working with these individuals within the probation services. It is clearly written and will make a useful contribution to the knowledge base around the issues discussed and will inform both clinicians working in the field and allied services, plus academics and students studying in a variety of related disciplines." Sharon Riordan, Lecturer in Forensic Mental Health Care, University of Birmingham