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Issues in Forensic Psychology No 3: Issues in offending

Issues in Forensic Psychology No 3: Issues in offending

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'This edition is an example of good communication. I hope that the obvious good sense of the contributions will lead to increased understanding of the need to support victims as well as treat offenders. I have no doubt that such support will result in improved morale amongst practitioners. Better morale will lead to better service provision. If this includes better understanding of the psychological impact of crime on its many and varied victims, that could have an impact on crime itself.'

Sir David Ramsbotham GCB CBE, former Chief Inspector of Prisons, in his introduction to this edition.





Statement of Purpose

Sir David Ramsbotham

The psychological impact of offending on a victim of physical assault: A case of chronic post-traumatic stress disorder
Dr Nick Grey

The impact of offending on police officers
Dr Mark Rallings

Minor crimes, trivial incidents: The cumulative impact of offending
Dr Mandy Shaw & Professor Ken Pease

Unrecognised victims: The parents of child and adolescent offenders
Louise Bowers

'Nurturing fragile relationships': Early reflections on working with victims of domestic violence on the National Probation Service's Duluth Pathfinder research programme
Jane Lindsay & Dermot Brady

Imprisonment: The impact on children
Kate Philbrick

Working therapeutically with sex offenders: The potential impact on the psychological well-being of treatment providers
Jo Clarke & Dr Derek Roger


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