ICPA Webinar: Reducing Reoffending and Enabling Reintegration

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Beschreibung: This talk, which was to be presented at the postponed UN Crime Prevention Congress in Kyoto, April 2020, argues that, in order to reduce re-offending, it is crucial to enable reintegration.

Indeed, this should be a core function of penal systems, yet these systems are often dis-integrative in their approaches and practices. After briefly reviewing evidence both about ‘what works’ and about desistance from crime and what supports it, Fergus explores the implications for rethinking our approaches to prisons, probation and other services. He concludes with some thoughts about how we might best use research and evaluation to reform criminal justice.

THIS WEBINAR IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO ICPA INDIVIDUAL STAFF, FULL AND PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS. Registration will only be approved once valid membership status is confirmed.

If you don't recall your membership ID or level, please contact Beth Johnston on bethjohnston@icpa.org.

If you are not an individual member yet, please consider joining us online at www.icpa.org

Webinar-Registrierung: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XVcnyfiqQDamjULz1Cn3Cg

Zeit: 06. Mai 2020 04:00 PM in London

 

 

Bundesministerium der Justiz und für Verbraucherschutz

Mitglied in der:

Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft für Straffäligenhilfe e.V.Confederation of European Probation 

 

    Kooperationspartner:

    KriPoZ Kriminalpolitische Zeitschrift

 

 

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