The document working with women in custody and the community looks to provide guidance to prison and probation staff on how they can deliver gender informed services to female offenders in a . This guide replaces the offender management guide to working with women offenders published by the ministry of justice in 2008 this new guide aims to provide suggestions for good practice when working with women in the criminal justice system cjs it is aimed at a wide audience of practitioners in both the statutory and voluntary sector. Working with women offenders in the community builds on ideas presented in the editors previous book what works with women offenders 2007 extending the focus particularly on women offenders in the community rather than in prison this book concentrates on women who have committed criminal offences and who may have been placed on . Coercion and women offenders dolores blackwell 6 victimisation and governance gender responsive discourses and correctional practice shoshana pollack 7 working with women offenders in the community a view from england and wales loraine gelsthorpe 8 beyond youth justice working with girls and young women who offend gilly sharpe 9. Working with women offenders in the community by rosemary sheehan gill mcivor and chris trotter features a chapter co authored by maureen buell nic correctional program specialist contributions to this book challenge policy makers and corrections systems to concentratemore on community provision for women offenders and resist popular calls for more punitive responses to all offenders
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