Crisis and Change in the British and Dutch Prison Services: Understanding Crisis-reform Processes
Examining the conditions under which a crisis in a policy sector can lead to significant reform within the sector, this study draws on crises within the British and Dutch Prison Services.
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Algemeen Dagblad April Boin budget cell capacity cell shortage conservative constraint diminishes crime crises crisis-reform process crisis-reform thesis Daily Mirror debate Director General Lewis dispersal prisons disturbances double-bunking Dutch Prison Service end the crisis entrepreneurs extra factors Grittenborgh Guardian Hirsch Ballin Hoekstra Home Affairs Committee Home Office Home Secretary Howard Home Secretary Waddington Hoogeveen House of Commons implement incidents increase inquiry's institutional crisis Jail January June Junior Minister Kosto law and order Lord Justice Woolf macro-window measures media and MPs media attention Michael Howard Ministry of Justice Moreover NRC Handelsblad October paradigm Parliament policy makers policy sector policy-making process political prison officers prison population Prison Security prisoners escaped problem push for reform PvdA question recommendations regime Resodihardjo response result Rose and Davies September 1994 service's Shadow Home Secretary solutions Strangeways Prison supermax Volkskrant White Paper Woodcock Woolf Inquiry Woolf Report