Understanding Desistance from Crime: Emerging Theoretical Directions in Resettlement and Rehabilitation

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In the previous discussion of this project (Farrall, 2002), only some cases were given names. The remainder were referred to by their case numbers. For this book, with far fewer cases (51 instead of 199), we have been able to provide each case with a first name, and it is by these names that we distinguish between cases. So that readers can trace the development of cases between this and the previous publications that draw from this data set, we list here case numbers and names. In some instances we use data from earlier interviews with cases who, in the previous publications, were not given names and who were not reinterviewed for this book. For these cases we simply list their case numbers. All cases were given names that reflected their gender and ethnicity.

Case numberNameCase numberNameCase numberName
007Lucy076Clive127Geoff
013Ben077Ron146Al
017Michael080Ian151Martin
019Damien081Tony158Frank
024Fred092Jules164Ken
025Richard093Will165Paul
043Meera094Anthony167Patrick
049Tim095Barry172Matthew
050John098Bernard180Malcolm
051Bill105Sally-Anne198Vincent
059Peter108George199Terry
062Andrew110Ann202Gary
063Sandra114Justin212Danny
064Mark115Jamie218Gordon
065Mickey120Nick220Don
070Edward121Jimmy223Niall
073Tom122Rajeev227Dominic

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