Table of Contents
Preface, Anita Dockley, Introduction: Mapping the penal landscape, Ian Loader, 1. Social structural processes and the operation of the criminal justice system, Stephen Farrall, 2. Prisons and privatisation: Policy, practice and evaluation, Elaine Genders,3. Policing in England and Wales: Challenges and pressure points, Mike Rowe,4. Replacing the ASBO: An opportunity to stem the flow into the criminal justice system, Andrew Millie, 5. The influence of sentencing and the courts on the prison population, Nicola Padfield, 6. The Devil in the detail: Community sentences, probation and the market, Lol Burke and Fergus McNeill, 7. Mental disorder and imprisonment: Understanding an intractable problem?, Jill Peay, 8. Minority groups and the penal landscape: Challenges for research and policy, Neil Chakraborti and Coretta Phillips, 9. Raw deal: The curious expansion of penal control over women and girls, Lizzie Seal and Jo Phoenix,10. Children, young people and the contemporary penal landscape: Reflections, prospects, policy and research, Barry Goldson, About the Howard League for Penal Reform.