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Social Work and Criminal Justice Volume 8: 'The Longer-term Effectiveness of Supervision'

Citation
McIvor G & Barry M (2000) Social Work and Criminal Justice Volume 8: 'The Longer-term Effectiveness of Supervision'. Scottish Executive. Crime and Criminal Justice Research Findings, No. 50. Scottish Executive. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2000/11/feea5268-6ce4-4a74-8fb3-d9d655edad41

Abstract
National Objectives and Standards for Social Work Services in the Criminal Justice System and the 100 per cent funding initiative ('the policy') were introduced in 1991 in order to secure the provision of services which have the confidence of both criminal justice decision makers and the wider public. This study is part of the social research programme designed to evaluate policy implementation. It examines the longer term impact on offending and on offenders' social circumstances of probation supervision and community-based throughcare.

StatusPublished
Author(s)McIvor, Gill; Barry, Monica
Title of seriesCrime and Criminal Justice Research Findings
Number in seriesNo. 50
Publication date30/11/2000
PublisherScottish Executive
Publisher URLhttp://www.scotland.gov.uk/…fb3-d9d655edad41
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