Pre-trial Services and the Future of Probation
University of Wales Press, 2001 - Law - 195 pages
This book considers how pre-trial services can help shape the future of probation practice when the fastest rising sector of the prison population is those awaiting trial or sentencing.
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The History and Development of Pretrial Services
Models of Good Practice
The Potential Scope for Remand Services
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