A symposium on ‘controversial issues in prisons’

6 Jul

British Society of Criminology (NW Branch)

Symposium on controversial issues in prisons

Harrington Lecture Theatre, University of Central Lancashire,

September 22nd 2010


David Scott, University of Central Lancashire

Thinking about controversial issues in prison

Deborah Coles, INQUEST

Self inflicted deaths of women in prison

Barry Goldson, Liverpool University

Child incarceration, state-sanctioned violence and cultures of impunity

Toby Seddon, Manchester University

Mental health in prison

Elaine Crawley, Salford University

Elder prisoners

Helen Codd, University of Central Lancashire

Families of prisoners

Joseph Trueman

A view from an ex-prisoner

Jamie Bennett, HM Prison Service

Prison Managerialism: How prison managers respond to controversial issues

Joe Sim, Liverpool John Moores University

We Are All Liberals Now:  Science, Prison Staff and the Prison-Welfare Industry

John Moore, University of West England

The limits of penal reform

For further information and to register for your free place and free buffet lunch please contact  David Scott dscott@uclan.ac.uk


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