Community Supervision: Context and Relationships Matter

Published: November 2008

Youth Crime and Justice provides an authoritative and accessible overview of youth crime and youth policy developments in the UK. It engages readers with key debates, examining youth crime and justice in context, and providing a critical assessment of contemporary evaluative research. The editors have produced an analysis of the processes of criminalization and contemporary patterns of youth crime, and seek to develop a formulation of youth justice for the future.

Authors / Editors

Prof Fergus McNeill

University of Glasgow

Research Themes

Young People and Youth Justice

Criminal Justice Process and Institutions