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Rethinking our thinking: 21st Century Justice

We were delighted to welcome Lord Burnett of Maldon, the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales to the University on Tuesday 5 March. The Lord Chief Justice’s lecture on ‘Rethinking our…

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South Yorkshire Probation Service

We speak to three probation officers from the South Yorkshire Probation Service about the realities of their job and how they assist ex-offenders in desisting from crime.

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Inside Lombroso's Museum (extended edit)

Dr Matthew Bacon is taken on a tour of the Cesare Lombroso Museum of Criminal Anthropology at the University of Turin, Italy. This video is an extended edit of the original video from the free online…

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Silvano Montaldo, Director of Museo di Antropologia Criminale Cesare Lombroso - Università di Torino

An interview with Silvano Montaldo, director of the controversial Lombroso Museum of Criminal Anthropology at the University of Turin, Italy. Part of the course 'Crime, Justice and Society'…

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Higher Education - Past, Present and Future with Sir Michael Barber, Chair, Office for Students

Higher Education - Past, Present & Future with Sir Michael Barber, Lord Blunkett, Shakira Martin and Harry Anderson On Thursday 4 October we were delighted to welcome to the University, Sir…

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Introduction to Dr Layla Skinns

Dr Layla Skinns outlines her contribution to the free, open online course 'Crime, Justice and Society' from the University of Sheffield. futurelearn.com/courses/crime-justice-society/

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The 12th Roberts Lecture: Power lies with the powerful - or has social media allowed social movements to defy gravity?

The University was to delighted to welcome alumnus and Honorary Graduate the Rt Hon Lord Blunkett to deliver the 12th Roberts Lecture on Thursday 12 October 2017 in Firth Hall.In his lecture, Lord…

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Jogging with Jody

One of the ways that the criminal justice system has been found to be most effective in helping people to stop offending is through mentoring. ‘Jogging with Jody’ is a short documentary…

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Making Space for Desistance

Although the term desistance implies leaving something behind, research has shown that desistance from crime is actually about moving towards something; about becoming something else. The criminal…

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Female Desistance: Interview with Carlotta Allum-Goulden

Carlotta was arrested and imprisoned in the United States of America. She now works with offenders and ex-offenders to change their lives through art and cultural interventions. In this video,…

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Dr Andreas Aresti: The Factors Involved in My Desistance

In this video, Dr Andreas Aresti draws on his own experience of leaving prison to explain how desistance from crime is a complex process made up of many different factors.

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How Does This Differ for White Collar Offenders?

A ‘white-collar crime’ is typically a financially motivated, nonviolent crime committed by business or government professionals, such as bribery, fraud and embezzlement. White collar…

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Probation and Desistance

Research into how and why people stop offending is beginning to shed light on the process of desistance from crime, particularly the role of supervision in facilitating this process. Between 1997…

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Electronic Monitoring as Incapacitation

Proponents of EM also claim that this technology helps to achieve another important penal objection, that of incapacitation; the prevention of crime. This is particularly important where EM has been…

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Community Service: Interview with John Harding

Community Service by offenders, now called unpaid work, was an international first for England & Wales and was imitated by countries around the world. John Harding was the first senior…

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Electronic Monitoring as Punishment and Rehabilitation

We have seen how electronic monitoring is put to different uses in various jurisdictions around Europe, but why might it be used in these sorts of ways, and how well suited it is to these purposes?…

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