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The Voluntary Sector in Criminal Justice: Setting the Research Agenda

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The Voluntary Sector in Criminal Justice: Setting the Research Agenda
Dates of Event
5th June 2017 – 6th June 2017
Last Booking Date for this Event
29th May 2017
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A two day Conference on The Voluntary Sector in Criminal Justice: Setting the Research Agenda

The Conference will take place at School of Law, Bartolomé House, Winter Street, Sheffield, UK, S3 7ND on Monday 5th -Tuesday 6th June 2017.

The aim of this workshop is to bring delegates from academia, practice and policy together to talk about their research needs, and establish the 'state of the art' in criminal justice voluntary sector research, paying particular attention to :

  • identifying needs and gaps in the research capacity of academics, practitioners and policymakers
  • voluntary sector governance, regulation and safeguarding in commissioning, contractual and informal service delivery relationships with statutory agencies
  • the effects of contractual provisions in shaping voluntary organisations' activities
  • the range and adequacy of theoretical and methodological tools used in criminal justice voluntary sector research, and the ethics of such research.

This is the launch event for the new international, multidisciplinary voluntary sector in criminal justice research network for academics, practitioners and policymakers, and championed by Professor Sir Anthony Bottoms (Universities of Cambridge and Sheffield, Fellow of the British Academy).

 

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