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Spanning almost a century of penal policy and practice in England and Wales, this book is a study of the long arc of the rehabilitative ideal, beginning in 1895, the year of the Gladstone Committee on Prisons, and ending in 1970, when the policy of treating and training criminals was very much on…
Hardback – 2019-04-16
Legal Guide for Police: Constitutional Issues, 11th Edition, is a valuable tool for criminal justice students and law enforcement professionals, bringing them up-to-date with developments in the law of arrest, search and seizure, police authority to detain, questioning suspects and pretrial…
Paperback – 2019-02-20
Recalibrating Juvenile Detention chronicles the lessons learned from the 2007 to 2015 landmark US District Court-ordered reform of the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center (JTDC) in Illinois, following years of litigation by the ACLU about egregious and unconstitutional conditions of…
Hardback – 2019-02-11
Routledge Innovations in Corrections
The women’s movement and increasing social consciousness regarding gender disparity and discrimination has helped to make gains over the past several decades to reduce gender disparity for women in the workplace. However, gender discrimination and disparity continue to exist. Women continue to…
Paperback – 2018-11-07
Case Studies in Forensic Psychology offers the reader a unique insight into the often-hidden world of psychological assessment and intervention with people who have committed serious crimes. The book contains a breadth of forensic case studies, and each chapter details the real forensic work that…
Hardback – 2019-03-19
Sexual violence is a problem well beyond universities, however universities are uniquely well placed to contribute to reducing sexual violence, encouraging those affected to come forward and speak about their experiences and actively encourage increased reporting. This book is unique, in that it…
Paperback – 2019-03-14
New Frontiers in Forensic Psychology
In Restorative and Responsive Human Services, Gale Burford, John Braithwaite, and Valerie Braithwaite bring together a distinguished collection providing rich lessons on how regulation in human services can proceed in empowering ways that heal and are respectful of human relationships and…
Paperback – 2019-03-12
Does punishment change behavior?
Watch a recording of our free live webinar from 22nd March 2016 (EST)
As the U.S. prison system approaches meltdown, the need to evaluate correctional programs and policies has never been more important. This webinar explores the topic of punishment alongside other criminal sanctions like probation, parole, alternative sentencing, and community–based programs as a means of changing behavior.
Students, researchers, scholars, and practitioners will learn from expert panelists Edward J. Latessa, Deborah Koetzle and Kimberly D. Dodson about the history of punishment; why we have criminal sanctions, and what is known about their effectiveness in changing behavior.
Michael Hallett, is the lead author of, The Angola Prison Seminary: Effects of Faith-Based Ministry on Identity Transformation, Desistance, and Rehabilitation. With his co-authors, Joshua Hays, Byron R. Johnson, Sung Joon Jang and Grant Duwe, this this book utilizes survey analysis along with life-history interviews of inmates and staff to explore the history, purpose, and functioning of the Inmate Minister program at Louisiana State Penitentiary (aka "Angola").
We caught up with Michael to discuss this exciting title, soon to be released in paperback...
Routledge sits down with author Brian Porto of May It Please the Court, Third Edition: Judicial Processes and Politics in America. Unlike the many dull and inaccessible texts in this field, May It Please The Court conveys the human drama of civil and criminal litigation.
Ellen Boyne focuses on publishing distinctive work in corrections, policing, criminology, and criminal justice and the law. She commissions research monographs, edited handbook collections, and supplemental texts, and also specializes in the development of core textbooks with an innovative approach to teaching. With 30 years of experience in criminal justice publishing and an M.S. in Criminal Justice, she invites book proposals on emerging areas and advances in the field. She shares criminal justice news on Twitter via @CJ_Editor and can also be reached via LinkedIn.
Pamela Chester brings more than 18 years of publishing experience to her work on the US Criminal Justice and Criminology list. She commissions a full range of content, primarily focused on core textbooks for the North American market with an innovative approach to teaching CJ fundamentals. She also signs upper-level textbooks, particularly in new and emerging fields. Her special interests include corrections, policing, criminology, and criminal justice and the law.
Charlotte commissions books in Criminology and Criminal Justice. She covers a number of areas, including penology; youth and juvenile justice; crime science; crime prevention; gender, women and queer criminology; race, crime and justice; drugs; crime and media; psychology and crime; historical criminology. Charlotte acquires a range of product types from research monographs and handbooks to textbooks and supplementary reading for students. She is always happy to discuss book ideas or long-term writing plans and can be found on LinkedIn.
Tom commissions in Criminology and Criminal Justice, and manages the global editorial team. He acquires textbooks, handbooks, and monographs and works with distinguished scholars and experts from around the world. As well as working on a range of leading textbooks, Tom also commissions in various scholarly series in areas such as critical criminology; criminal justice, borders and citizenship; desistance and rehabilitation; crime, security and justice; victims, culture and society; rural criminology; crimes of the powerful; key thinkers in Criminology, and global crime and justice. Tom has a BA (Hons) in English Literature from the University of East Anglia, UK, an MA in English Literature from the University of Warwick, UK. He enjoys reading, writing, music and cinema.