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Risk in probation practice

Hazel Kemshall

Risk in probation practice

the overview

by Hazel Kemshall

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Published by De Montfort University in Leicester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.) - De Montfort University, Leicester 1999.

StatementHazel Kemshall.
ContributionsDe Montfort University.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18205348M

Risk/need assessment tools have become common practice in juvenile probation settings across the country. Risk/need assessment tools gauge the likelihood that an individual will reoffend and guide case planning by identifying and prioritizing criminogenic needs. periment to implement intensive supervision probation (ISP) pro­ grams as an alternative form of supervision for high-risk probation­ ers. These programs generally place offenders on small caseloads and require that they participate in work, submit to random urine and al­ cohol testing, and perform cOJrl'qlunity service. Proponents of this.

This book serves as a route map for psychologists and probation officers working in probation services. Outlines the strategic framework for psychological services across prisons and probation. Gives an up-to-date picture of some key emerging areas of applied psychological practice in probation settings. Covers the development of applied psychological services, court . First published in , this volume examines risk in probation practice through consideration of the context, the risk differences and how to reconcile them. Hazel Kemshall responds to a recent crisis in the probation service of offenders committing crimes while on probation, prompting a re-evaluation of risk assessment of offenders with the potential for probation.

Risk and needs assessment (RNA) tools are well regarded as a critical component of a community corrections organization implementing evidence-based practices (EBPs), given the potential impact of. ADVANCING USE OF RISK ASSESSMENT IN JUVENILE PROBATION Technical Report Submitted to The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Grant JF-FX PI: Laura S. Guy, PhD Co-PI: Gina M. Vincent, PhD Co-I: Thomas Grisso, PhD Project Director: Rachael Perrault, MA Consultants: Yan Lim, MA and Bernice Gershenson, MS.


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First published inthis volume examines risk in probation practice through consideration of the context, the risk differences and how to reconcile them. Hazel Kemshall responds to a recent crisis in the probation service of offenders committing crimes while on probation, prompting a re-evaluation of risk assessment of offenders with the.

First published inthis volume examines risk in probation practice through consideration of the context, the risk differences and how to reconcile them. Hazel Kemshall responds to a recent crisis in the probation service of offenders committing crimes while on probation, prompting a re-evaluation of risk assessment of offenders with the potential for.

The Probation Service is dealing with higher risk offenders in the community and is aware of practice and policy deficiencies in this area of its work. The book addresses the issues of policy formulation, implementation and practice guidance in the area of offender risk assessment and risk management in the community.

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The book also covers the governance of probation and how policy and practice are responding to contemporary concerns about crime and community safety – for example through the management of risk.

Although the main focus is on England and Wales, there is some discussion of other UK jurisdictions and of contemporary trends in European probation. Home Office and Association of Chief Officers of Probation (ACOP) () ‘Combining risk of reoffending and needs assessment: Information on the tools available and under development to assist Chief Probation Officers to decide their strategy’, in Management and assessment of risk in the probation service, pp.

London: Home by: This text addresses the Probation Service's policy and practice and concerns over offender risk to public safety. The Probation Service is aware of deficiencies in its policy towards high-risk offenders, and this book examines policy formation, implementation and risk management.

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Everyday low Author: Hazel Kemshall. Probation Practice and Risk Management Risk management has come to dominate contemporary probation practice and is a ‘key organising principle of correctional practice and offender management’ (Maurutto and Hannah-Moffat ).

Whilst the ascendancy of risk is clear in many areas of criminal justice practice (see Kemshall ), the. The Probation Service is dealing with higher risk offenders in the community and is aware of practice and policy deficiencies in this area of its work.

The book addresses the issues of policy formulation, implementation and practice guidance in the area of offender risk assessment and risk management in the : Hazel Kemshall. Risk in Probation Practice (Routledge Revivals) - Kindle edition by Kemshall, Hazel.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Risk in Probation Practice (Routledge Revivals).Manufacturer: Routledge. Risk and need assessment in probation services: an evaluation Risk/needs assessment derives estimates of the probability of reconviction from a scoring system which includes 'dynamic' risk factors, i.e.

risk factors which can change or beFile Size: KB. First published inthis volume examines risk in probation practice through consideration of the context, the risk differences and how to reconcile them.

Hazel Kemshall responds to a recent crisis in the probation service of offenders committing crimes while on probation, prompting a re-evaluation of risk assessment of offenders with the Author: Hazel Kemshall. This is a timely book as probation practice in the UK and elsewhere moves into a post 'what works' era, providing opportunities to review the evidence base for effective nce misuse (including alcohol) and mental health problems constitute a significant proportion of the work carried out in the criminal justice system.

The book also covers the governance of probation and how policy and practice are responding to contemporary concerns about crime and community safety – for example through the management of risk.

Although the main focus is on England and Wales, there is some discussion of other UK jurisdictions and of contemporary trends in European probation Cited by: perspective on the risk assessment tools used by Probation Officers to assess the risk that sex offenders pose.

It provided an investigation of the use of Offender Assessment System and Risk Matrix as part of the risk assessment process and there has been limited coverage of this previously within academic circles.

Book Description. The Handbook on Risk and Need Assessment: Theory and Practice covers risk assessments for individuals being considered for parole or ce-based approaches to such decisions help take the emotion and politics out of community corrections.

As the United States begins to back away from ineffective, expensive policies of mass incarceration, this. Managing risk - “officer safety” 89 Stress in the workplace 89 Facility practice, probation management and research - especially that driven by the new and driven Handbook on Probation Services: Guidelines for Probation Practitioners and Size: KB.

However, street-level probation officer (PO) interpretations of and perceptions about the meaning and requirements regarding dynamic risk (a.k.a. criminogenic needs) often. This book serves as a route map for psychologists and probation officers working in probation services. Outlines the strategic framework for psychological services across prisons and probation.

Gives an up-to-date picture of some key emerging areas of applied psychological practice in probation settings. The book achieves its aim of providing a guide to good practice in risk assessment and risk sionals working directly with clients will find specific chapters on thier area, but may well benefit from looking through other chapters to help develop good practice by drawing on a range of theoretical frameworks and other examples/5(3).Description: Probation and Parole: Theory and Practice, Ninth Editiontakes a look inside the real world of probation and parole.

Featuring a front-linepractitioner'sinsights based on the author's extensive experience as a senior New York State parole officer, this book exposes readers to the complex, ldquo;realrdquo; world of probation and.