European seminar on probation, London, 1952

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European Seminar on Probation, London, October Author/creator: European Seminar on Probation ( London) Format: Book and Microform: Publication Info: New York, Description: vi, pages ; 28 cm. Subject(s) Probation--Congresses. Probation--Europe--Congresses.

More information about this title. Series: Crime and juvenile. Title European seminar on probation, London, October Meeting Name European Seminar on Probation ( London, England) Description vi, pages ; 27 cm.

Series United Nations. Document ; ST/TAA/Ser.C/ Bibliography, etc. Note Bibliography: page Call Number. Pansegrouwde, European seminar on probation. de W. (), ' Probation and its Place in a Rational and Humane Programme for the Treatment of Offenders ', United Nations European Seminar on Probation.

United Nations. The first attempt was the book ‘Probation in Europe’ written by Thomas William Trought and published in (Trought, ). The book mainly dealt with questions about what probation is and how it can be defined.

This book is now available on the CEP website, together with other ‘Probation in Europe. The book includes analysis of why people offend and stop offending, and the wide ranging impacts of probation.

This includes the impact on offenders' social reintegration, as a form of reparation for victims and communities, on public desire for justice and punishment, and on probationers themselves. PROBATION ET ASSISTANCE POST-PENITENTIAIRE DANS CERTAINS PAYS D'EUROPE by CRIMINELS and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

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format:"Book" 1952 book Έθνη" author_facet:"European Seminar on Probation ( London)". This article aims to picture a potential future of probation in Europe based on a very well known principle of probation practice: that future behaviour can be predicted based on past behaviour.

A glossary has been inserted of all the legal terms in the field of probation that are used in the book. In recent years, the increased importance of probation in all criminal justice systems in Europe has brought about an unprecedented dynamism in the sector of probation. The Council of Europe is preparing recommendations for probation in.

Furthermore, Ancel ( 33–4) suggests that, as far as Europe was concerned, its legal systems were faced with the ‘problem of probation’ because the legislative movement that followed the Massachusetts model was underpinned by a ‘doctrinal or scientific movement’ encompassing, on the one hand, the neo-classical school and individualization and, on the other, positive and anthropological schools that.

Council of Europe Guidelines for prison and probation services reg arding r adicalisation and violent extremism () (Adopted by the Comm ittee of \ministers on 2 March ). View the Subscription Package which includes European Journal of Probation and Probation Journal.

European Journal of Probation is a peer reviewed academic journal aiming to promote comparative research on probation and community justice across Europe. The purpose of the Journal is to publish (in the English language) articles, reviews and scholarly comment which have.

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Pansegrouw, N. de W. () ‘Probation and its place in a rational and humane programme for the treatment of offenders’, in Report of the European Seminar on Probation, London 20–30 October United Nations (unpublished).

Google Scholar. This website is dedicated to an EU co-funded project which was focused on the implementation of the //JHA Council Framework Decision 27 October regarding the recognition and supervision of suspended sentences, alternative sanctions, and conditional sentences.

It explains the main steps and objectives underpinning this EU co-funded project and offers an overview of the current legal. Probation Journal was established in and now provides a national and international forum for sharing good practice, disseminating criminal justice research and developing debate about the theory and practice of work with Journal is read in 25 countries, and has gained a reputation for publishing material which is both of a high quality and accessible to a wide readership.

In a context in which most academic publications are Anglophone, every single European probation specialist was bombarded with alarmist information before. The privatisation of probation without any evidence at all is a recent example.

This chapter provides a personal account of how one ex-probation. Probation in England and Wales celebrated a centenary in The Bishop of Worcester spoke in Westminster Abbey of a ‘weight of glory down this hundred years’ and ‘a number beyond our counting whose lives have been changed by this great work’ (Selby ).

TY - BOOK. T1 - Probation and Probation Services, A European Perspective. A2 - van Kalmthout, A.M. A2 - Derks, J.T.M. N1 - Pagination: PY - THE EUROPEAN UNION Brussels, 8 December () (OR. fr) /10 COPEN CATS NOTE from: The Presidency to: Delegations Subject: Conclusions of the seminar on the legislative and practical implementation of the Framework Decision on the supervision of probation measures and alternative sanctions.

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Professor Peter Raynor holds a personal Chair in Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University Wales of Swansea. He is a former probation officer and the former Director of the social work programme in Swansea. References Grunhut, M. () 'Probation in Germany', Howard Journal.

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Introduction The project to develop a consistent approach to probation training in Europe was given recent impetus by the Conference Permanente Europeenne de la Probation (CEP) conference in Decemberin Agen, France on the subject of 'Recruitment and Training of Probation Officers in Europe' (the Agen conference).

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