Back to the future? The long view of probation and sentencing: A practitioner response

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Shepherd, R. (2019). Back to the future? The long view of probation and sentencing: A practitioner response. Probation Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177/0264550519870239
AuthorsShepherd, R.
Abstract

This practitioner response reflects on Peter Raynor’s insights into the role probation has played in sentencing over several decades. It considers some current challenges for probation staff in court, including speedy justice initiatives and the changing role of reports. This article conceptualises current probation practice within a continuum of person-centred practice which, although modernised, is informed by the traditional probation principles of advise, assist, and befriend.

Keywordscourts, narratives, organisational culture, practitioners, probation, PSR/court reports, relationships, sentencers
Year2019
JournalProbation Journal
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1177/0264550519870239
Web address (URL)https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0264550519870239
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Online25 Aug 2019
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Accepted26 Jul 2019
Deposited28 Nov 2019
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