Senior, Paul, Hine, Jean, British Journal of Community Justice
Our programme of fundamental reform will result in a revolution in rehabilitation that will reduce reoffending. We will ensure that those who break the law are punished. But by helping offenders get off drugs, move into work, and manage mental illness we will see fewer of them slipping back into lives of crime. Prisons will be places where meaningful work and opportunities to reform are the expectation for prisoners, nota matter of choice. (Clarke, 2011, MoJ Business Plan 2011-2015)
The publication of the Green Paper Breaking the Cycle in 2010 gave substance to the new coalition government's aspirations to take a radical approach to dealing with crime and became the catalyst of …
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Publication information: Article title: Editorial. Contributors: Senior, Paul - Author, Hine, Jean - Author. Journal title: British Journal of Community Justice. Volume: 9. Issue: 1/2 Publication date: Autumn 2011. Page number: 1+. © 2009 Sheffield Hallam University. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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