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Serious Offending by Mobile European Criminals (SOMEC). Mapping Report on Existing EU Information Exchange Systems.
(European Union and Confederation of European Probation, 2014)
The SOMEC project (Serious Offending by Mobile European Criminals) seeks to assess the scale of the harm posed to the European Union (EU) community by serious sexual or violent offenders who travel across EU borders. The ...
The construction of community understandings of sexual violence: rethinking public, practitioner and policy discourses.
(Taylor Francis, 2014-10-07)
This article explores current societal framings and understandings of sexual violence, particularly child sexual abuse. The article starts by explaining how societal perceptions of child sexual abuse are formed through ...
Sex offender reintegration into the community: realities and challenges
The punishment, rehabilitation, reintegration and management of sex offenders, particularly sexual abusers against children, are high-profile issues for current crime policy. These issueshave been significant for most ...
European Information Exchange Mechanisms. A mapping report of existing frameworks
(SOMEC in partnership with CEP the Confederation of European Probation., 2014-07-11)
A literature review which seeks to identify the methods and effectiveness of mechanisms used by EU Member States in the management of serious violent or sexual offenders travelling across borders.
Conflicting rationalities of risk: disputing risk in social policy- reflecting on 35 years of researching risk
(Taylor Francis, 2014-07)
This article considers how the concept of risk has been variously defined and deployed within research and UK social policy since the 1980s. The article does not present an in-depth historical narrative, but rather presents ...
Managing Sex Offenders in the UK: Challenges for Policy and Practice.
(Palgrave MacMillan, 2014)
Circles of Support and accountability (CoSA): A case file review of two pilots
(Ministry of Justice, 2014)
This research summary provides a description of Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA), a community-based initiative that aims to prevent further offending and sexual abuse by sexual offenders.
Public Protection: What works in the safe management of sexual offenders?
(Irish Probation Journal, 2014-10)