Probation offending behaviour programmes
Read Online
Share

Probation offending behaviour programmes effective practice guide. by Great Britain. Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

  • 595 Want to read
  • ·
  • 80 Currently reading

Published by Great Britain, Home Office, Research, Development and Statistics Directorate in London .
Written in English


Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesHome Office development and practice report -- no 2
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p. ;
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15630435M
ISBN 101840828579
OCLC/WorldCa50457432

Download Probation offending behaviour programmes

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Book Editor(s): Clive R. Hollin. Rationale For General Offending Behaviour Programmes. Evidence Base For Programme Content. Juliet C. Hounsome, Charlotte A.L. Bilby, Clive R. Hollin, Allocation to Offending Behavior Programs in the English and Welsh Probation Service, Criminal Justice and Behavior, /, 36, 9, Cited by: Written by experienced Probation Officers – Jonathan Hussey and Jo Richardson – these books will become a valuable tool in the challenge faced when addressing offending behaviour. These workbooks also have application within appropriate prison and school environments.   In book: Offending Behaviour Programmes: Development, Application, and Controversies (pp) additional remit that programmes delivered within the Probation .   Changing Offending Behaviour is a guide to the essentials of rehabilitation theory which also equips the reader with ready-to-use photocopiable exercises and activities to .

Book Editor(s): Mary McMurran. Cardiff University, UK Juliet C. Hounsome, Charlotte A.L. Bilby, Clive R. Hollin, Allocation to Offending Behavior Programs in the English and Welsh Probation Service, Criminal Justice and Behavior, /, General Offending Behaviour Programmes: Concept, Theory, and Practice. cognizant of the resource and time challenges faced by probation and parole staff. The book serves as a valuable prerequisite and aid to training in the use of this ef­ fective technique for facilitating positive offender change. Although some probation and parole staff may be unfamiliar with motivational interviewing, it is not a new approach.   Offending behaviour programmes often use cognitive-behavioural techniques. There is good international evidence that these are most effective in reducing reoffending. A . What are offending behaviour programmes? The term “offending behaviour programmes” (OBPs) refers to a range of treatment interventions which are intended to train offenders in .

  The practitioner's job in the Probation Service and Youth Offending Service is to try and halt offending behaviour and to protect the public from further crime through Pre-Sentence Report recommendations, the implementation of appropriate rehabilitation programmes, and s: Changing Offending Behaviour is a guide to the essentials of rehabilitation theory which also equips the reader with ready-to-use photocopiable exercises and activities to help put the theory into practice in rehabilitation work with adult s: Both probation and youth justice have undergone massive changes in recent years, and continue to face important new challenges. A key emphasis of new developments has been on developing effective evidence-based practice and disseminating this throughout the Probation and Youth Justice services - reviewed in this book.   Watchdogs say rethink of 'transforming rehabilitation' programme needed as offending behaviour is often not tackled Alan Travis, home affairs editor Tue .