Co-Producing Digitally-Enabled Courses that Promote Desistance in prison and Probation Settings

Date

2018-09

Advisors

Journal Title

Journal ISSN

ISSN

2056-3841

Volume Title

Publisher

Emerald

Type

Article

Peer reviewed

Yes

Abstract

This paper sets out an approach to innovation in criminaljustice settings that gives

service users a ‘voice’ through the co-production of digital content designed for services that promote desistance. The authors describe the benefitsandchallenges of involving service users in co-creating mediated digital content within a co-production framework.

Description

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Keywords

risk, digital technology, prison, probation, treatment, desistance, offenders, through-care

Citation

Morris, J. and Knight, V. (2018) Co-Producing Digitally-Enabled Courses that Promote Desistance in prison and Probation Settings. Journal of Criminological Research Policy and Practice

Rights

Research Institute

Institute for Research in Criminology, Community, Education and Social Justice