ICCJ : What can we learn from Learning Together?

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In October of this year, The Probation Journal published What can we learn from Learning Together  in its Issues in Community and Criminal Justice (ICCJ) Monograph series. Authored by Helena Gosling of Liverpool John Moores University, it describes and analyses the approach of the University to involving those currently or recently subject to community supervision in academic study.  Within a matter of weeks, on the 29th November, appalling and tragic events unfolded at the Learning Together Conference organised by the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, at Fishmongers' Hall in London.

Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones died in the attack as did the perpetrator Usman Khan. Jack and Saskia, each highly committed to working in the criminal justice system, lost their lives to an initiative they felt deeply about.

The Editorial Board of the Probation Journal with the full and immediate support of Napo would like to recognise their contribution by providing open access to the monograph for their colleagues and members of the public. This small gesture is made in memory of Jack and Saskia and to honour them as individuals committed to developing a criminal justice system  based on principles of fairness, rehabilitation and compassion.

Please click here to download your complimentary copy