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The impact of crime: victimisation, harm and resilience (2017)
Book Chapter
Green, S., & Pemberton, A. (2017). The impact of crime: victimisation, harm and resilience. In S. Walklate (Ed.), Handbook of Victims and Victimology, 77-102. (2nd). Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315712871-6

This chapter explores the impact of crime upon people's lives. The specifics of criminal victimisation concern the importance of intent, and the moral and ethical corollaries of the experience of injustice. The impact of crime is a balance between th... Read More

Early diversion and empowerment policing : evaluating an adult female offender triage project (2016)
Journal Article
Brennan, I. R., Green, S., & Sturgeon-Adams, L. (2018). Early diversion and empowerment policing : evaluating an adult female offender triage project. Policing and Society, 28(5), 570-586. https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2016.1187607

This paper provides an evaluation of a police pilot early-diversion scheme for adult females who were arrested for low-severity offences using a natural experiment design. The intervention is novel in that it diverts arrestees to a women’s centre for... Read More

Transcending the carceral archipelago: existential, figurational and structurational perspectives on power and control (2015)
Journal Article
Green, S. (2015). Transcending the carceral archipelago: existential, figurational and structurational perspectives on power and control. Oñati Socio-Legal Series, 5(3), 919-944

From Foucault (1977) through to Cohen (1985) and Feeley and Simon (1992) criminological thinking about punishment has been dominated by penal rationalities of power and control. This has led to an under-theorised notion of the individual in criminolo... Read More

Reshaping the field: building restorative capital (2014)
Journal Article
Green, S., Johnstone, G., & Lambert, C. (2014). Reshaping the field: building restorative capital. Restorative justice, 2(1), 43-63. https://doi.org/10.5235/20504721.2.1.43

Restorative justice is best known as an alternative approach for dealing with crime and wrongdoing. Yet as the restorative movement has grown it is increasingly being deployed in different arenas. Based on a two-year study funded by the UK National L... Read More

Crime, community and morality (2014)
Book
Green, S. (2014). Crime, community and morality. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Political leaders and the popular press tell us that society is in the grip of a moral crisis. ‘Where have our values gone?’ our newspapers scream at us. ‘Benefit scroungers’, ‘greedy bankers’, ‘intrusive journalists’, ‘have-a-go rioters’, political... Read More

Building restorative relationships for the workplace (2011)
Report
Lambert, C., Johnstone, G., Green, S., & Shipley, R. (2011). Building restorative relationships for the workplace

A 2011 major piece of research into building restorative workplaces by the Goodwin Development Trust found that implementing restorative justice helped managers to share the pressure of decision-making, hold their team more accountable and develop be... Read More

Introduction (2008)
Book Chapter
Green, S., Lancaster, E., & Feasey, S. (2008). Introduction. Addressing offending behaviour: context, practice and values, xvii - xx. Willan Publishing

Our primary motivation for editing a collection of this sort was to begin redressing what we saw as a serious deficit in the literature.  Emerging from our collective experience of working with offenders and training criminal justice practitioners we... Read More

Addressing offending behaviour: context, practice and values (2008)
Book
(2008). Addressing offending behaviour: context, practice and values

Offending behaviour is one of the most talked about issues in contemporary society. What can be done to stop people reoffending? What can be done to help people escape their criminal lifestyles? This book aims to review and analyse the different ways... Read More

Engagement skills: best practice or effective practice? (2008)
Book Chapter
Tallant, C., Sambrook, M., & Green, S. (2008). Engagement skills: best practice or effective practice?. Addressing offending behaviour: context, practice and values, 75 - 92. Willan Publishing

This chapter will seek to explore the different engagement skills that are utilised when working with offenders and the practical problems involved in such work.  It will be argued that while the opportunity still exists to do contructive work w... Read More

Discrimination and the poor: using incentives and privileges as a framework for anti-discriminatory practice (2008)
Book Chapter
Green, S. (2008). Discrimination and the poor: using incentives and privileges as a framework for anti-discriminatory practice. Addressing offending behaviour: context, practice and values, 426 - 444. Willan Publishing

Poor people make up the overwhelming majority of offenders in the criminal jusitce system (Prison Reform Trust 2007; Social Exclusion Unit 2002).  This is troubling.  Either poor poeple commit more crime or poor people are more likely to be... Read More

Conclusion: a time of fear and excitement (2008)
Book Chapter
Lancaster, E., Feasey, S., & Green, S. (2008). Conclusion: a time of fear and excitement. Addressing offending behaviour: context, practice and values, 445 - 449. Willan Publishing

The idea for this book was originally conceived in the autumn of 2005.  Back then the three of us were responsible for managing the academic side of diploma in probation training (DipPS) across Yorkshire and Humberside.  At that time the fu... Read More

Probation Service (2008)
Book Chapter
Green, S. (2008). Probation Service. Dictionary of prisons and punishment, 231 - 233. Willan Publishing

The (National) Probation Service is the organization within the criminal justice system that has responsibility for those offenders serving sentences in the community rather than in custody.

What harm, whose justice: excavating the restorative movement
Journal Article
Green, S., Johnstone, G., & Lambert, C. What harm, whose justice: excavating the restorative movement. Contemporary Justice Review, 0-0. doi:10.1080/10282580.2013.857071

The city of Hull in the northeast of England gave itself the ambitious task of becoming the world's first restorative city. The aim of this strategy was to create a more socially and emotionally confident youth population which in turn would encourag... Read More

Vengeance and furies: existential dilemmas in penal decision-making
Book Chapter
Green, S. Vengeance and furies: existential dilemmas in penal decision-making. The University of Hull

For over two and a half thousand years the Western intellectual tradition has been dominated by a philosopy that saw knowledge and reason as the route by which understanding and progress could be achieved. Since Socrates ruminated in ancient Athens t... Read More

In the name of the victim manipulation and meaning within the restorative paradigm
Book Chapter
Green, S. In the name of the victim manipulation and meaning within the restorative paradigm. The University of Hull

Restorative justice has claimed to place the victim at the heart of the penal process. Yet the evidence (e.g. Daly 2001, 2003) suggests that this is not always the case and that many victims find the process of mediation superfluous to their recovery... Read More