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The Trustees and Editor of Justice Reflections accept no liability for the material contained within any paper.
The papers may not necessarily meet the standards
of any of the three world organizations supporting
Justice Reflections.

The inclusion of any paper in Justice Reflections
should not be construed as an endorsement
of views expressed within them.

Issue No: 37

Cover - Blue

From the UK
JR 248
JUSTICE AND PEACE JOIN HANDS

Lord Carey spoke on this theme at the Lincoln Conference in 1995 and offers links between justice, punishment and peace

From England
JR 249
“MONEY, MONEY, MONEY IN A RICH MAN’S WORLD” - OR THE REAL VALUE OF PERSONAL FINANCIAL EDUCATION.

Philip Evans writes from a wealth of experience in financial education and suggests practical ways of budgeting and managing one's finances, with particular relevance for those in the penal system

From England
JR 250
THE JUSTICE QUEST

David McIlroy argues for the constant pursuit of justice, to ensure that the law applies to everyone

From the UK
JR 251
The case of Lincoln Prison 1773-1878

Terry Nowell describes in detail the situation in Lincoln during this period to illustrate general issues of justice , criminal justice and the role of chaplaincy from this case study.

From England
JR 252
THE INNER CONFLICTS OF PRISON CHAPLAINS

Our first editor, Alan Duce, defines the conflicts chaplains when speaking to an international gathering of prison clergy in 1988.

Issue No: 38
Cover - Salmon


From the USA
JR 253
“IN THE PENAL COLONY” AND
WHY I AM NOW RELUCTANT TO TEACH CRIMINAL LAW

Jeffrie Murphy argues that room should be given in criminal law courses to show students the conditions faced by most prison inmates after conviction.

From England
JR 254
'WELCOME TO THE MACHINE' -
POVERTY AND PUNISHMENT IN AUSTERE TIMES

Professor Sims debates thinking differently, and critically, about crime, prisons and the welfare state

From England
JR 255
STILL A ROLE FOR THE BARONS?

Lord Norton of Louth discusses the place of Barons in today's parliament.

From England
JR 256
THE PRISON CHAPLAIN – THE MEDIATOR

Alan Duce describes the work of a prison chaplain under the headings of misunderstandings, meanings and messages

From England
JR 257
REFORMING THE JUVENILE IN NINETEENTH AND EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ENGLAND

Dr Shore proposes that the history of juvenile penality helps us to understand the debate as to the appropriate forms of punishment, reform and care of young offenders

From Italy
JR 258
DAILY LIFE IN OVERCROWDED PRISONS:
A CONVICT PERSPECTIVE ON ITALIAN DETENTION

Dr Vianello offers an insight in to the Italian prison system to show how prison conditions in Italy, as in many other European countries, have deteriorated drastically

Issue No: 39
Cover - Green


From the UK
JR 259
BROMLEY BRIEFINGS PRISON FACT FILE

The Prison Reform Trust publish their latest Prison Fact File to the end of 2013 to help practitioners gauge how the work is going.

From England
JR 260
FAITH IN CONFINEMENT: BELIEVING IN CHANGE - THE CONTRIBUTION OF PRISON CHAPLAINCY

The Head of Faith Services assesses the contribution of faith mediated through prison chaplaincy.

From the UK
JR 261
RESPECT: ITS PLACE IN THE CORRECTIONAL COMMUNITY

Alan Duce, the first editor of Justice Reflections speaks on respect to an American audience.

From England
JR 262
PEOPLE CENTRED JUSTICE

A fresh look at people centred justice, focussing on victim and offender in the criminal justice process.

From England
JR 263
THE MARKETISATION OF PRISON ALTERNATIVES

Dr Sarah Lamble explores why market logics curtail possibilities for genuine alternatives.

From England
JR 264
DO BETTER DO LESS: THE REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON ENGLISH PRISONS TODAY 2009

Professor Wilson offers a summary of the Commission’s findings on behalf of the Commissioners

From England
JR 265
THEOLOGICAL AND BIBLICAL MODELS FOR PRISON CHAPLAINCY

Terry Nowell, the current editor of Justice Reflections offers a framework for chaplaincy work

Issue No: 40
Cover - Yellow


From Canada
JR 266
BIBLICAL BASES FOR RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

Ted Grimsrud's lecture opens up the biblical foundations for applying restorative justice.

From England
JR 267
DSPD TEN YEARS ON AT BROADMOOR

A group of practitioners explore the lessons to be gained from the Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder (DSPD) service at Broadmoor.

From South Africa
JR 268
DOES RESTORATIVE JUSTICE WORK?

An evaluation of the restorative justice programmes of Phoenix Zululand Professor Harris evaluates a project that has been operating in eleven Zululand prisons since 2005.

From Norway
JR 269
A PRISON WITHOUT WALLS -
Alternative incarceration in the late age of social democracy.
Victor Shammas offers some provocative alternatives to prison from the Nordic penal system

From the UK
JR 270
BECOMING VISIBLE: GYPSY ROMA TRAVELLERS IN PRISON

Dr Donnelly-Drummond studies the implications of the finding of Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons that 1 in 20 of all prisoners to be from a Gypsy Roma or Traveller background

From Canada
JR 271
Book Review of: “On Being Human: Sexual Orientation and the image of God”
( C. Norman Kraus, Eugene: Cascade Books, 2011, 113 pp. )
Wayne Northey reviews this book on one of the important topics of the moment,and its impact on life in churches.

Issue No: 41
Cover Pink

From England
JR 272
PRISON CHAPLAINCY: as seen in the records of Lincoln old and new Prisons, and in the wider context around England

Our editor, Terry Nowell, continues his review of historical criminal justice matters in England

From Canada
JR 273
JUST WAR, JUST DESERTS, JUST HELL

Wayne Northey explores the place of love in three "just" responses to matters of faith.

From the UK
JR 274
BUILDING BRIDGES: SYCAMORE TREE PROJECT University of Hull (on behalf of the Building Bridge Consortium)

Professor Johnstone argues that from an ethical perspective, restorative justice has much to commend it as a way of intervening into the lives of wrongdoers and those they injure.

From the UK
JR 275
DISCUSSING ALTERNATIVES TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Callum Allison and Will McMahon, explore alternatives to criminal justice.

From Canada
JR 276
BOOK REVIEW: OF A GENTLER GOD: BREAKING FREE OF THE ALMIGHTY IN THE COMPANY OF THE HUMAN JESUS, (MENANGLE: ALBATROSS BOOKS, 2010; 390 PP.)

Wayne Northey reviews Doug Frank's work on how to view God in today's society.

From the UK
JR 277
PRISON: THE FACTS: BROMLEY BRIEFINGS SUMMER 2015

The latest edition of this authoritative view of Prisons in Britain in 2015.

Issue No: 42
Cover Purple

From Justice Refalections
IN MEMORIAM PIPPA DUCE
The sermon given at the Requiem Mass by her younger daughter, Revd Catherine Duce

From the UK
JR 278
UNREALISTIC EXPECTATIONS

Alastair R MacGregor QC, the deputy chairman of the Criminal Cases Review Commission reviews its progress since 1998.

From England
JR 279
A VICTIM PERSONAL STATEMENT

Robert Shaw explores the effects of wrongful conviction from his own experience.

From the UK
JR 280
CHAPLAINCY AND PRISONS:AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

This paper by our editor, Terry Nowell, looks at chaplaincy in other bodies and then concentrates on the history of chaplaincy in prisons.

From En gland
JR 281
A PRISONER'S MEDITATION ON THE SEVEN LAST WORDS OF CHRIST ON THE CROSS

A sensitive exposition from 2002, again from Robert Shaw's own life journey.

From the UK
JR 282
PLAY AND PLAYWORK IN THE PRISON: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

A presentation delivered by Mike Wragg at the inaugural conference of the Prison Research Network, April 2015 at Leeds Beckett University.

From England
JR283
SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE DIGITAL LANDSCAPE OF PRISONS TODAY

A comparison of the situation in England, Brussels and the USA in communication digital technologies by Dr Knight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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