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Issue No: 43

Cover - Blue


From the UK
JR 284
REBUILDING HOLLOWAY PRISON

David Faulkner looks back at the development of Holloway in the 1970's in the light of its planned closure and demolition in 2016.

From England
JR 285
MERCY AND REHABILITATION

Sara Hyde examines the place of mercy in the rehabilitation of offenders in the prison system.

From Canada
JR 286
ROLLER COASTER RIDE: A survival guide for families and friends visiting in Canadian federal prisons.

Lloyd Withers, a prison chaplain, provides a survival guide for families and friends visiting in Canadian federal prisons.

From the UK
JR 287
A BRIEF HISTORY OF PRISON CLOSURES 1777-2015

Allan Brodie,an architectural historian working for Historic England, charts the ups and downs of prison buildings.

From England
JR 288
LAW, JUSTICE AND MERCY IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM

Jeremy Cooke,a retired judge, explores these biblical concepts

From Canada
JR289
A BRIEF LOOK AT RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

Wayne Northey, one of our regular contributors, gives a succinct precis of Restorative Justice.

Issue No: 44
Cover - Salmon


From the UK
JR 290
WHY SHOULD HEALTH AGENCIES REFER TO RESTORATIVE JUSTICE?

Thames Valley Restorative Justice Service explore the positive impact of restorative justice on wellbeing by Diana Batchelor.

From Canada
JR 291
BRINGING JUSTICE TO PEOPLE.

Henry Smidstra leads a discussion of the role of justice in both Old and New Testaments

From Canada
JR 292
STRICKEN BY GOD?
Nonviolent Identification and the Victory of Christ.

Twenty writers come together to revisit the question of the atonement. Edited by Brad Jersak and Michael Hardin,

From England
JR 293
A PIONEER IN CRIMINOLOGY: William Douglas Morrison 1852-1943

Terry Nowell, our editor, evaluates the contribution of an early chaplain/criminologist

From Canada & the USA
JR 294
RETHINKING GOD, JUSTICE, AND TREATMENT OF OFFENDERS

An exploration of the thesis that human beings cannot be handled without love by Ted Grimsrud and Howard Zehr

From Canada
JR295
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND SPIRITUALITY

Wayne Northey looks at Christian Spirituality of Restorative Justice through the publication of a book that directly addresses this issue.

Issue No: 45
Cover - Green


From Canada
JR 296
THE GOD WE HEAR

Brad Jersak.

From Canada
JR 297
BRINGING JUSTICE TO PEOPLE.

Henry Smidstra

From England
JR 298
STARTING AN "ALPS" GROUP

The Chaplaincy team at HMP Lincoln in 2001,

From Australia
JR 299
A REFLECTION ON RESTORATIVE JUSTICE.
ORAL LANGUAGE COMPETENCE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISABILITY
Alan Forsyth

From Canada
JR 300
JUST.EQUIPPING -
Committed to educating / training / equipping in prison chaplaincy and restorative justice. (Our mission)
Pierre Allard

From England
JR301
PRISON SAFETY AND REFORM: When?

Joe Sim writes on the grim legacy likely to be left by the recent White Paper on prison reform.

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