Rethinking Crime and Punishment - Newsletter Archive 2012

By: Rethinking Crime And Punishment  05-Apr-2012

Below are our 2012 newsletters

  • 'The Growing Divide: A State of the Nation Report by the Salvation Army 2012'
  • The Ombudsman's Investigation of the Department of Corrections in relation to the Provision, Access and Availability of Prisoner Health Services
  • A study of the children of prisoners Findings from Maori data June 2011 A Report from Te Puni Kokiri, published December 2011

 

  • Driving Crime Down – the Myth and Reality of the
    New York Story
  • A study of the children of prisoners: findings from
    Maori data
  • Public Safety Assured following Review of Home
    Detention


Rethinking's Crime and Justice Focus for the Next Three Years

  • The Case for Evidence-based Research
  • Talking About Rehabilitation
  • A Useful Resource on the Youth Justice System
  • Restorative Justice Today – Theory and Reality


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Rethinking Crime and Punishment - Newsletter Archive 2011

Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Problem Solving Courts – A New Direction for Criminal Justice. Improving the Transition' Report and the case for Restorative Justice. Philanthropy Helping Maori - Toward Social Impact Investment. There has to be a Better Way: Alternatives to Imprisonment. Are We Ready for a Problem Solving Approach to Crime. New Research from the Justice Policy Institute. Adult Drug Court nearly here – by Ross Bell.


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Rethinking Crime and Punishment - Newsletter Archive 2010

Rev Ron Givens former Head of the Prison Chaplaincy Service in California has experienced first hand, the impact of three strikes on prisoners and their families. Te Kooti Rangatahi - An innovative response by Principal Youth Court Judge Andrew Becroft and the Youth Court of New Zealand toward Maori youth offending.


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Rethinking Crime and Punishment - Newsletter Archive 2009

Why are community based programmes less effective than prison based programmes. Drug and Alcohol treatment for offenders - where are the resources. The Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Amendment Bill. Kim Workman addresses the Victim Support Conference Oct 2009. Is forgiveness part of Restorative Justice. Dame Sian Elias’s ‘Blameless Babes’ speech. The Governments strategy: Drivers of Crime.