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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: 49

Cover - Blue

From America via Israel
JR 322
CHRIST AND THE VILIFIED OTHER

Brian Zahnd set a challenge to rethink views of justice from a different perspective

From America
JR 323
HEALING JUSTICE ON

Ted Grimsrud explores the role of justice when preaching in the context of Christians against torture

From The Netherlands
JR 324
DIETRICH BONHOEFFER'S CONTRIBUTION TO PRISON CHAPLAINCY

A consideration of the intermediary role of the prison chaplain by Dr de Vries

From England
JR 325
UK JUSTICE POLICY REVIEW Volume 7 - From Brexit referendum to General Election 24 June 2016 to 8 June 201
7
A review of a year and changes in criminal justice matters during that period by Richard Garside, Roger Grimshaw
& Matt Ford.

From the USA
JR 326
THE EFFECTS OF PRISON VISITATION ON OFFENDER RECIDIVISM

Consistent with the results from prior research, the findings reported here, by the Minnesota Department of Correction, suggest that prison visitation can significantly improve the transition offenders make from the institution to the community

From Canada
JR 327
THE CALL FOR A CHURCH APOLOGY VIS À VIS CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

A reworking by Wayne Northey of over a 1000 years of inappropriate response to crime promulgated by Christendom

From England
JR 328
PRISON - FIVE HUNDRED YEARS OF LIFE BEHIND BARS: Edward Marsden

A review, by our editor Terry Nowell, of a book that is helpful to general readers and serious scholars alike.

Issue No: 50
Cover - Salmon

From the UK
JR 329
THE ROLE OF THE PRISON OFFICER

An examination the role of the prison officer, primarily in private sector prisons by The Howard League for Penal Reform and Community.

From England
JR 330
OPENING THE DOORS - A PRISON CHAPLAIN'S LIFE ON THE INSIDE AND JUSTICE THAT TRANSFORMS - VOLUMES 1, 2 AND 3 Book

Review by Revd Dr Terry Nowell.

From the UK
JR 331
THE THERAPEUTIC AND REGIME BENEFITS OF THE GAVELLIERS CLUB AT HMP GRENDON

Evaluations of custodial art-based projects on prisoner well-being, perspective-taking, self-esteem and self confidence by Professor Michael Brookes and Zebunisa Sheik.

From England
JR 332
PRISON - MORE THAN DETENTION?

John M Moore presents an argument that prison is not just a loss of liberty but punitive confinement, a place of blame and pain for the prisoner and their family.

From South Africa
JR 333
PENAL REFORM IN AFRICA: THE CASE OF PRISON CHAPLAINCY

Abraham K. Akih, Yolanda Dreyer make an assertion that imprisonment in Africa brings with it untold hardship and suffering, especially where power is abused and force is used to control prison inmates.

From Canada
JR 334
ON BEING HUMAN: SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND THE IMAGE OF GOD, C. NORMAN KRAUS, EUGENE: CASCADE BOOKS, 2011, 113 PP

Book Review by Wayne Northey.

Issue No: 51
Cover - Green

From England
JR 335
HOW THE PRISON ENVIRONMENT CAN SUPPORT RECOVERY

Dr Dominique Moranis argues that the physical setting in prison can influence addiction recovery.

From the UK
JR 336
YOUNG PEOPLE, VIOLENCE AND KNIVES - REVISITING THE EVIDENCE AND POLICY DISCUSSIONS

Roger Grimshaw and Matt Ford highlight the progress of different strategic approaches to violence and what we can discern about their prevention mechanisms and effects.

From Canada
JR 337
LOVE THE SINNER; HATE THE SYSTEM

Brad Jersak tackles the topical question of abuse among church leaders.

From the UK
JR 338
THE MENTAL HEALTH IMPACT OF THERAPY DOGS IN PRISONS

Dr Graham Durcan describes the benefits of therapy animals in the prison setting.

From the UK
JR 339
GETTING OUT OF THE PRISONS CRISIS

Richard Garside examines the issue of some English prisons that are in crisis.

From England
JR 340
THE JUSTICE COMMITTEE URGES US TO RETHINK THE WAY WE USE PRISONS
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Jessica Mullen highlights the challenge of overcrowded prisons.

Issue No: 52
Cover - Yellow
From the USA
JR 341
PUNISHMENT, FORGIVENESS, AND MERCY

A timely take on three vast themes in criminal justice by Jeffrie Murphy.

From the UK
JR 342
20 YEARS AFTER MACPHERSON - WHAT HAS CHANGED?

Professor Gus John gives an assessment of a ground breaking inquiry and its effects.

From Canada
JR 343
RWANDA DISPATCHES: MAY 18 – JULY 12, 2018

Wayne Northey, a regular contributor evaluates the tortured situation in Rwanda.

From Canada
JR 344
JUSTICE THAT TRANSFORMS by Wayne Northey

Ron Dart reviews Wayne Northey's latest collection.

From the UK
JR 345
FROM POEM INTO SPOKEN WORD

Jason Smith shows a different way of approaching the challenge of suicides in prison.

From the USA
JR 346
MY PROBLEM WITH THE BIBLE

Brian Zahnd wrestles with understanding the Bible from different perspectives.

Issue No: 53
Cover - Pink

From the UK
JR 347
‘STOPPING SHORT?’ SENTENCING REFORM AND SHORT PRISON SENTENCES

Helen Mills makes the case for reducing short prison sentences, as it has been presentedby various government figures in the period January to July 2019

From the UK
JR 348
SUBMISSION BY THE CENTRE FOR CRIME AND JUSTICE STUDIES TO THE LABOUR PARTY JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS POLICY COMMISSION, JUNE 2019

The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies presents issues with which sentencing reform should engage, whatever its nature, if it is to be successful in more than symbolic terms.

From the UK
JR 349
WHAT SUPERVISION IN THE COMMUNITY SHOULD LOOK LIKE

Mike Guilfoyle, a retired probation officer emphasises the hard work that is needed in the community by the probation service if people are not to be sentenced to occupy a costly prison space.

From the UK
JR 350
‘THEY HAVEN’T DONE THE COURSE IN BECOMING A PRISONER YET’: exploring the induction experiences of neo-phyte older prisoners

Nichola Cadet argues that an increasing older prisoner population requires the formation of a national strategy.

From the USA via Canada
JR 351
IS PAUL THE FATHER OF MISOGYNY AND ANTISEMITISM?
This paper answers in the negative the question posed in the title.

From England
JR 352
GETTING OUT OF THE PRISONS CRISIS

The Director of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies reflects on the crises in individual prisons, and the crisis of our continued remaking of the social institution of imprisonment.

Issue No: 54
June 2020

From England
JR 353
THE HEALTH & THE JUSTICE SYSTEM

Zahra Wynne, Clink's Health and Justice Policy and Development Officer explores the health inequalities that people in contact with the criminal justice system face.

From the UK
JR 354
PRISON GOVERNANCE

The first part of the House of Commons Justice Committee for the Session 2019/20 - second part to follow in the next edition of JR.

From the UK
JR 355
DOES STOP AND SEARCH REDUCE CRIME?

Ben Bradford and Matteo Tiratelli give an appraisal of this controversial policy.

From England
JR 356
CRIME AND CONSEQUENCE & AN INSIDE JOB

Book reviews by Professor Michael Spurr & Revd Dr Terry Nowell

From the UK
JR 357
STRANGEWAYS - 3- YEARS ON

Three authors reflect how the riots of 1 April 1990 and the following 25 days at Strangeways Prison in Manchester, threw a spotlight on a world that many members of the public didn't know about and challenged the way prisons were managed and the way prisoners and their families were treated.

From England
JR 358
BOOK REVIEW: COMPASSIONATE JUSTICE

by Robert Shaw This article has been written to mark the retirement of Professor Chris Marshall, the inaugural holder of the Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice at the Victoria University of Wellington, from the Chair

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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