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The papers may not necessarily meet the standards
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Justice Reflections.

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Issue No: 19

Cover - Blue


From the USA
JR 138
THE PHENOMENON OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE:
SOME INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

Dennis Sullivan , Larry Tifft & Peter Cordella, American practitioners, reflect on the idea of peacemaking criminology.

From England
JR 139
A CENTURY ON IS PASTORAL HOME VISITING STILL RELEVANT TO THE WORK OF THE PROBATION SERVICE?

On the centenary of the Probation Service, Dave Wood reflects on pastoral home visiting.

From Australia
JR 140
FROM BLAMING & SHAMING TO RESTORATION & TRANSFORMATION

Rhonda Mann, an Australian prison chaplain, writes how moving from blame to restoration brings transformation.

From England
JR 141
TOWARDS A GLOBAL PARADIGM OF JUSTICE:
TRUTH, RESTORATION AND RECONCILIATION

Dr. John Sentamu (Archbishop of York), in the second Lord Longford lecture, reflects on justice as truth, restoration and reconciliation

From England
JR 142
RELIGIOUS INTERVENTIONS IN PRISONS

Jonathan Burnside speaks to European prison chaplains about religious interventions in prison systems

From Canada
JR 143
COMPULSORY COMPASSION:
A Critique of Restorative Justice, Annalise Acorn
Wayne Northey reviews the book Compulsory Compassion, and its contribution to our understanding of restorative justice

Issue No: 20
Cover - Salmon


From England
JR 144
MAGNA CARTA AND MODERN-DAY JUSTICE

Baroness Elizabeth Butler-Sloss explores the relevance of Magna Carta to certain aspects of the present relationship between the Government and the judiciary.

From the USA
JR 145/145a
LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE - THE STORY OF LIAM Q

Jens Soering argues that a sentence without prospect of parole breeds despair.
PRISON AUTHOR WRITES BOOKS ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Jean Franklin reviews books written by Jens Soering

From England
JR 146
ONE HUDRED YEARS OF PROBATION

Dr Maurice Vanstone reflects on a century of the work of care by probation officers.

From England
JR147
THE CROSS AND PEACE: A REPLY TO WAYNE NORTHEY

Robert Shaw offers an alternative analysis of violence, and the processes of forgiveness, repentance and reconciliation

From America
JR148
WILLIAM GODWIN'S MORAL EDUCATION THEORY OF PUNISHMENT: IS IT A RESTORATIVE APPROACH TO JUSTICE ?

Polly Ashton Smith assesses a theory from two hundred years ago that has a contemporary relevance.

From England
JR149
IMPRISONMENT: THE FOUR BLAIR PRINCIPLES

Andrew Coyle, in a Perrie lecture of 2005, examines Blair's policy on prisons, and posits a new model for prisons in the 21st century.

From England
JR150
CRIME AND MORALITY REVISITED

John Croft revisits a theme, and argues for a new way of understanding it.

Issue No: 21
Cover Green


From England
JR151
CHANGING THE LANDSCAPE - NEW APPROACHES TO CRIME AND JUSTICE

Andrew Coyle speaks at a conference in New Zealand about new approaches to crime and justice in that country.

From Canada
JR152
THINK POSITIVE. - WRITING HELPS AUTHOR OVERCOME GRIEF AFTER FATHER'S MURDER
FINDING A SONG ~ DANCING THE WORDS
Margot Van Sluytman - Richard Amery describes the therapeutic writing of Margot, and we hear from the poet in her own words.

From England
JR153
UNDERSTANDING SEX OFFENDERS
Robert Shaw presents a case for a better understanding of this category of crime

From Holland
JR154
A BIBLICAL VISION OF JUSTICE
Herman Bianchi explores what the scriptures say about this key concept

From England
JR155
IMPLEMENTING THE NATIONAL OFFENDER MANAGEMENT MODEL IN ENGLAND AND WALES

Christine Knott charts the development and implementation of NOMM across 139 prisons and 42 Probation areas

From England
JR156
JUSTICE FOR ALL
Jonathan Burnside explains the origins of of our senses of "justice" and "injustice"

Issue No: 22
Cover Yellow


From the USA
JR157
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

Howard Zehr and Harry Mika provide a working definition of Restorative Justice.

From England
JR158
COMMUNITY SAFETY AND COMMUNITY JUSTICE
David Faulkner explores the Thames Valley Partnership’s Journey, 1993 – 2008

From Canada
JR159
"NOT ENOUGH!" AND INTERNATIONAL RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
Wayne Northey champions the cause for the application of Restorative Justice in International Law

From England
JR160
THE SPIRIT OF JUSTICE

Jonathan Burnside explores how we can be confident that justice mediated by adjudicatory agencies is truly from God.

From Canada
JR161
SCAPEGOATS, THE BIBLE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Vern Redekop. An exploration of the theory of scapegoating from Rene Girard as worked out in scripture and the justice system.

From England
JR162
MISUNDERSTANDING DENIAL: A CAUSE FOR CONCERN
Robert Shaw explains how "being in denial" is used and misused in the justice system.

Issue No: 23
Cover - Pink


From England
JR163
QUAKERISM - AND PENAL ABOLITION

Dr Johnson argues that we are currently imprisoned by our own prison policy

From the USA
JR164
ANOTHER PYRRHIC VICTORY

Jens Soering considers the effect of Operation Iraqi Freedom on the national interests of the USA

From England
JR165
A QUESTION OF CHARACTER

Jonathan Burnside enquires whether the character of the defendant is important in biblical and modern criminal law.

From the USA
JR166
TRANSFORMATION OF JUSTICE: FROM MOSES TO JESUS

Millard Lind discusses the place of worldly justice in relation to biblical justice

From England
JR167
CRIME: FACING UP TO REALITY

John Croft reviews sense and nonsense in the understanding of crime, in the context of faith and morality

From the USA
JR168
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN OURSELVES
Kathleen Denison considers inner and outer prisons that prisoners have to face

Issue No: 24
Cover - Purple


From England
JR169
INTERPRETING MURDER

Dr Jonathan Burnside Jonathan Burnside interprets our understanding of murder against the backdrop of the Bible.

From the USA
JR170
RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE, RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

Howard Zehr, one of the pioneers of Resorative Justice, wrote in 1985 that "criminial justice is not working" - his views are still valid today.

From England
JR171
A STRATEGIC APPROACH TO SENTENCING

Harry Woolf, a former Lord Chief Justice, considered the right approach to sentencing in 2005 - how far has he been proved right ?

From the USA
JR172
IMPRISONMENT AS UN-JUSTICE

Ronald W. Nikkel with Dan Van Ness. Two writers from Prison Fellowship International reflect on the usefulness or otherwise of imprisonment in the pursuit of justice

From England
JR173
MORE JUSTICE LESS LAW

John Pendleton, a former Chief Probation Officer, reflects on the dichotomy between law and justice

From Canada
JR174
INTERACTIONS WITH REASON, FAITH, AND REVOLUTION: REFLECTIONS ON THE GOD DEBATE, REVIEW
- Part 1 of 3
Wayne Northey provides the first part of a review of the arguments for and against God from a recent book

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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