Darwyn Cooke is the Eisner Award-winning writer/artist of such classics as DC: The New Frontier, Selina's Big Score, and last year's smash-hit, The Hunter. Now, Cooke is back and following up the New York Times best-selling Hunter with a
Making Good — one of the classic and original works on restorative justice — argues that the real need in restorative justice is for fundamental rethinking, rather than short-term tinkering, with a prison system in an intolerable state of crisis. In this
Electronic tagging and its history and developments explained - with international perspectives, by one of the UK's leading experts.
More than 2 million adults are incarcerated in U.S. prisons, and each year more than 700,000 leave federal and state prisons and return to communities. Unfortunately, within three years, 40 percent will be reincarcerated. One reason for this is that ex-offenders lack
This is the best leading edge information and ideas from two of the UK's most respected practitioners and authorties. It is for people who want to make a difference, suggests the tools for this and offering guidance - wholly up
An interesting book called Wearable Robotics. Download Wearable Robotics and read books online. Available in all formats, such as Tuebl Mobi PDF etc. Compatible with all devices
In a book that is accessible to general readers and professionals alike, Angela Devlin has vividly recreated the realities of prison life for women at the end of the twentieth century. She describes the cavalier way in which women can
"Pronzini is a master of suspense." -Los Angeles Times Another nightmarish tale from the author of Breakdown. When the blizzard hit and the avalanche that followed cut them off, the 75 hardy residents of a small resort village in the Sierra
When his lawyer mother takes on the case of a college custodian accused of murdering a scientist, Cyril finds that certain facts in the case don't add up.
Explains the thinking behind the Geese Theatre Company's approach to applied drama with offenders and people at risk of offending, including young people. It also contains over 100 exercises with explanations, instructions, and suggestions to help practitioners develop their own style
In 1984 Colin Thatcher was convicted of killing his ex-wife and sentenced to life in prison. The murder and trial provoked a national media frenzy, casting the once-prominent Saskatchewan politician as the villain. After serving for 22 years, Thatcher was released and
Federal parole officer Maxine Shaw risks everything when she lets her guard down and begins dating parolee Seth Richardson, but finds herself up against stiff competition when his "ride or die" chick Samantha Mitchell comes home after serving jail time