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Kristel BEYENS (Prof. Dr.)Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Department of Criminology, Research Group Crime & Society (CRiS), Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussel, Belgium, Kristel.Beyens@vub.ac.beSociology of punishment, sentencing and implementation of community sanctions and prison sentences, experiences of punishment implementation, sentence implementation courts, electronic monotoring, community service, conditional release
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Marguerite SCHINKEL (Dr)University of Edinburgh, Chrystal Macmillan Building,
15A George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9LD
m.schinkel@ed.ac.ukSociolog of punishment, philosophy of punishment, narratives of punishment, reintegration, moral communication, prison sentences, parole.
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Gill MCIVOR (Prof, Dr.)Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research School of Applied Social Science University of Stirling Stirling Fk9 4LAgillian.mcivor@stir.ac.ukcommunity penalties, gender and justice, criminal justice responses to drug-related offending, problem-solving justice and specialist courts
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Sonja SNACKEN (Prof. Dr.)Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Department of Criminology, Research Group Crime & Society (CRiS), Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussel, Belgium, Sonja.Snacken@vub.ac.beSentencing and implementation of custodial and non-custodial sanctions, comparative reserach
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José CID (Dr.)Universitat Autònoma Barcelona. Departament of Political Science and Public Law. 08193 Bellaterra (Cerdanyola del Vallès). Barcelona. Spainjosep.cid@uab.esSentencing and decision-making. Desistance. Back-end sanctions (open regime, parole). Comparative effectivenness of custodial and non custodial sentences.
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Christine MORGENSTERN (Dr.)Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University Greifswald, Faculty of Law and Economics, Department of Criminology. Domstrasse 20, D-17487 Greifswald, Germanymostern@uni-greifswald.deSentencing. Decision-making in the pre-trial and post-sentencing stage. Implementation of community sanctions and measures. Human Rights in the Criminal Justice System. Comparative Penology.
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Anette StorgaardDept. of Law, University of AArhus, University Park, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmarkas@jura.au.dkimprisonment, release from imprisonment, community supervision, juvenile justice, restorative justice, mediation
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Borbala Fellegi (Dr.)Foresee Research Group, 1092 Budapest, Bakats ter 3.borbala.fellegi@foresee.huRestorative justice theory and practice, its applicability in prison and community context and in the criminal justice system, attitudes of the judiciary and the prison management, victimology, crime prevention
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Anthea HUCKLESBY (Prof, Dr)Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, School of Law, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT, UKA.L.Hucklesby@leeds.ac.ukCriminal Justice responses to offending particularly pre-trial detention and bail, community sentences, electronic monitoring, courts, prisons and resettlement
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Ester Blay (Dr.)Faculty of Law, Facultat de Dret, Departament de Dret Públic, Universitat de Girona, Campus Montilivi, 17005 Girona, Spainester.blay@udg.educommunity penalties, sentencing, judicial decision-making, legitimacy of the criminal justice system, implementation courts, police
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Mike Maguire (Prof)Director, Welsh Centre for Crime and Social Justice. Centre for Criminology, University of Glamorgan, CF37 1DLmaguireathome@btinternet.comProbation, rehabilitation, resettlement, third sector, effectiveness
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Dirk van ZyL Smit (Prof)School of Law, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, UK, NG7 2RD dirk.van-zyl-smit@nottingham.ac.ukEuropean community sanctions and measures, sentencing,release from imprisonment
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Tim ChapmanLecturer, Restorative Practices Programme, University of Ulster, Jordanstown, Shore Road, Newtownabbey, N. Ireland BT370QBtj.chapman@ulster.ac.ukProbation, Prisons, Youth Justice, Community based crime prevention, restorative justice and desistance
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Rob Canton (Prof)Division of Community and Criminal Justice,
De Montfort University, Hawthorn Building, The Gateway
Leicester LE1 9BH

RCanton@dmu.ac.ukProbation, punishment, sentencing, human rights, policy transfer, European standards
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Martine Herzog-Evans (prof. PhD)University of Reims, Law facultymartineevans@ymail.comProbation, prisons, punishment, sentencing, procedure, legitimacy of justice, CSM, desistance, evidence-based practices, reentry
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Elena LarrauriFaculty of Law, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Ramon Trias Fargas, 25-27, 08005, Barcelona, Spainelena.larrauri@upf.eduCollateral sentences, European community sanctions and measures, sentencing,corrections, gender
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Wendy FitzgibbonReader in Criminology, Department of Criminology, University of Leicester
154 Upper New Walk
Leicester LE1 7QA
dwf5@le.ac.ukProbation, Prisons, Public Protection, Mentally Disordered Offenders, Offender Supervision, Deskilling and Privatisation in Probation and the Wider Criminal Justice System
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Jill Annison (Dr)Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer), Plymouth Law School, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth. PL4 8AAj.annison@plymouth.ac.ukProbation policy and practice, probation and organisational change, interventions with offenders, gender
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Ioan Durnescu (reader dr.)Univ of Bucharest, Faculty of Sociology and Social Workidurnescu@gmail.comCommunity sanctions and measures, resettlement, experiencing probation, comparative research, policy transfer, effectiveness, prison research.
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Rosie Meek (Prof., Dr)R.Meek@rhul.ac.ukPrisons, probation, desistance, resettlement, intervention and programme evaluation, third sector involvement, social psychological perspectives
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Neil Hutton (Prof)School of Law, University of Strathclyde, Graham Hills Building 50 George Street GLASGOW G1 1QE Scotland UK.n.hutton@strath.ac.ukSentencing, sociology of penal decision making, sentencing policy and sentencing institutions.
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Peter Raynor (Prof)Department of Criminology, Vivian Tower, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP, Wales UKp.raynor@swansea.ac.ukProbation, offender rehabilitation, risk and need assessment, community justice, resettlement.
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Deirdre Healy (Dr.)Institute of Criminology, School of Law, Roebuck Castle, University College Dublin, Belfield, D4, Irelanddeirdre.healy@ucd.iecommunity sanctions, desistance from crime, sentencing, victims
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Gwen Robinson (Dr.)School of Law, University of Sheffield, Bartolome House, Winter Street, Sheffield S3 7NDg.j.robinson@sheffield.ac.ukcommunity sanctions; punishment and society; rehabilitation; rules, discretion and the construction of compliance; legitimacy of penal sanctions
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Martine HerschelCEP, the European Organization for Probation, P.O. Box 8215, 3503 RE Utrecht (Netherlands)secr@cep-probation.orgOrganizing international conferences and meetings for Probation organizations in Europe.
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Jane DomineyInstitute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, Sidgwick Ave, Cambridge CB3 9DA, UKjad78@cam.ac.ukProbation; community sanctions; discretion, compliance and legitimacy;third sector;competition and mixed market of provision
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Kerstin Svensson (Prof)School of Social Work, Lund University, PO Box 13, SE 221 00 Lund, Swedenkerstin.svensson@soch.lu.seorganizations, professions and professional practices, social control, social work, assessment, probation, youth care, victim support
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Maria AnagnostakiCriminologist - PhD candidate Law School University of Athens; 57 Alkaiou str. 15771 Athens Greecemanagnostaki@law.uoa.gr; m.anagnostaki@yahoo.comnon custodial sanctions, community sentence, sentencing, youth justice, prevention.
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Christian Grafl (Prof. Dr.)University of Vienna, Department of Criminology, Schenkenstraße 4, 1010 Vienna, Austriachristian.grafl@univie.ac.atefficacy of sanctions, juvenile delinquency, community sanctions, prevention of crime
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Miranda BooneLeiden University, Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, Steenschuur 25, Postbus 9520, 2300 RA Leidenm.m.boone@law.leidenuniv.nlComparative Penology, Penitentiary Law, Decision-making in penal sentencing, community sanctions and measures, prisons, collateral consequences
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Cyrus Tata (Dr)Centre for Law, Crime & Justice, Law School, Strathclyde University, Glasgow G1 1BA, ScotlandCyrus.Tata@strath.ac.ukSentencing, Penal Decision-Making, Discretion, Community Sanctions, Pre-Sentence Reports, Penal Policy, Release from Prison, Inter-Professional Relations (eg judges and probation officers)
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Esther AdamCommunications Officer CEP, European Organisation for Probation, P.O. Box 8215, 3503 RE Utrecht, The Netherlandscommunication@cep-probation.orgProbation in Europe
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Beth WeaverUniversity of Strathclyde
Level 6
Lord Hope Building
141 St James Road
Glasgow
G4 0LT
elizabeth.fawcett@strath.ac.ukDesistance; Reintegration; Community Penalties; Experiences of Punishment; Dynamics of Public Protection policy and practice; Co-production and User Voice; Sentencing and Penal Decision Making
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Veerle Scheirs (Dr.)Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Department of Criminology, Research Group Crime & Society (CRiS), Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussel, Belgium, veerle.scheirs@vub.ac.beSentencing, Penal Decision-Making, Release from Prison, Sentence Implementation Courts, Recall to prison (Breach)
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Janine PlaisierImpact R&D, Prins Hendrikkade 193, 1011 TD Amsterdam, the Netherlandsjanine.plaisier@mpct.euBehavioural change; evaluation of methods aimed at changing behaviour of offenders, vulnerable persons and staff working with them; prison & probation; juveniles & adults
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Pascal DécarpesInsitute of Criminal Law and Criminology, University of Bern, Zwitzerlandpdecarpes@yahoo.frprisons; probation; community sanctions; media covering; juvenile delinquency; policy making in France and Germany; deviance and penal control
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Aline Bauwens (Dr.)Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Department of Criminology, Research Group Crime & Society (CRiS), Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussel, Belgium, aline.bauwens@vub.ac.beProbation, prisons, punishment, rehabilitation, comparative research, policy transfer
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Klara Kerezsi (Prof. Dr.)National Institute of Criminology, H-1122 Maros u. 6/A., Hungarykerezsi@okri.huProbation, prison, community sanctions, restorative justice, criminal policy, public policy
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Lol BurkeLiverpool John Moores University. School of Law. Redmonds Building. Brownlow Hill. Liverpool L3 5UG.L.Burke@ljmu.ac.ukProbation, prisons, punishment, rehabilitation, comparative research, policy transfer
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Koen GoeiLiaison Officer CEP, the European Organisation for Probation, P.O. Box 8215, 3503 RE Utrecht, The Netherlandsliaison@cep-probation.orgProbation, prisons, punishment, rehabilitation, comparative research, policy transfer
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Eric Maes (Dr.)Nationaal Instituut voor Criminalistiek en Criminologie (NICC), Federale Overheidsdienst Justitie, Finance Tower, Botanique Administratief Centrum, Kruidtuinlaan 50, 7e verdieping, bus 71, 1000 Brussel, Belgiumeric.maes@just.fgov.bePrisons; pre-trial-detention; parole and sentence implementation courts; electronic monitoring; criminal justice statistics
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Nicky PadfieldFitzwilliam College, Cambridge CB3 0DGnmp21@cam.ac.ukSentencing, prisons, parole, criminal justice processes generally
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Nicola Carr (Dr)School of Sociology and Social Policy
University of Nottingham
A12, Law and Social Science Building, University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
nicola.carr@nottingham.ac.ukProbation, prisons, sentencing and penal decision making, community sanctions, youth justice.
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Shadd Marunashadd.maruna@rutgers.eduDesistance; Reintegration; Co-production and User Voice; Psychological Labelling; Normative Theories of Rehabilitation/Punishment; Restorative Justice
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Keir Irwin RogersDepartment of Social Policy & Criminology, The Open University. keir.irwin-rogers@open.ac.ukPost-custodial sanctions; suspended sentences; sentencing; theories of legitimacy
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Steven De RidderVrije Universiteit Brussel, Department of Criminology, Research Group Crime & Society (CRiS), Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussel, Belgium, steven.de.ridder@vub.ac.beprison sentence, penal decision-making, reintegration, irregular migrants, expulsion, crimmigration
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David HayesSchool of Law, University of Sheffield, Bartolome House, Winter Street, Sheffield S3 7NDd.j.hayes@sheffield.ac.ukExperienced realities of community penalties; community penalties as retributive punishments; legitimacy and populist punitiveness (in the community penalties context).
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George Mair (Prof. Dr.)Department of Social Science, Liverpool Hope University, Hope Park, Liverpool L16 9JDmairg@hope.ac.ukcommunity penalties, electronic monitoring, sentencing, criminal justice policy, criminal justice responses to drug misuse
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Gerhard Ploeg (Dr.)Ministry of Justice and Public Security, Dept. of Corrections, P.O. Box 8005 DEP, 0030 Oslo Norwaygerhard.ploeg@jd.dep.noNot a practicing researcher, but as policyworker general interest in corrections
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Willem van der BruggeSecretary general CEP, European Organisation for Probation, P.O. Box 8215, 3503 RE Utrecht, The Netherlandssg@cep-probation.orgProbation, prisons, punishment, rehabilitation, comparative research, policy transfer
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Luisa RavagnaniUniversità di Brescia, Faculty of Law - Criminology - Via S. faustino 41, 25100 Brescia Italyluisa.ravagnani@unibs.itPrison, European community sanctions, human rights of prisoners, death penalty, female in prison, parenthood in prison, secret detention, ICC detention unit
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Ineke PRUIN (Dr.)Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University Greifswald, Faculty of Law and Economics, Department of Criminology. Domstrasse 20, D-17487 Greifswald, Germanyineke.pruin@yahoo.derelease from imprisonment, rehabilitation, resettlement, comparative research, juvenile justice, desistance
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Loraine Gelsthorpe (Prof. Dr)Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, Sidgwick Ave, Cambridge CB3 9DA, UKlrg10@cam.ac.ukCommunity sanctions, sentencing/decisionmaking/discretion, criminal justice policy developments, criminal justice responses to women, rehabilitation, what works, pre-sentence reports; the links between criminal justice and social justice; third sector involvement in criminal justice
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Niamh Maguire (Dr.)School of Humanities, Department of Applied Arts, College Street, Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford, Ireland.nmaguire@wit.iesentencing and penal decision making, theories of punishment, probation, community sanctions and offender supervision, pre-sentence reports, discretion in the criminal justice system, third sector involvement in criminal justice, restorative justice, reintegration and desistance.
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Anette StorgaardInstitute of Law, University of Aarhus, Denmarkas@jura.au.dkjuvenile justice, restorative justice, release from prison, quality of prison time
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Pamela Ugwudike (Dr)Centre for Criminal Justice and Criminology, Vivian Tower, Swansea University, Singleton Road, Swansea SA2 8PPp.ugwudike@swansea.ac.ukCommunity penalties, probation, evidence-based practice, offender compliance, legitimacy, comparative research
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Trish McCulloch (Dr)School of Education, Social Work & Community Learning, University of Dundee, OMS Building, Nethergate, Dundee. DD1 4HN.p.mcculloch@dundee.ac.ukcommunity sanctions; progression & desistance;  co-production, participation & voice; social/ community contexts.
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Anita Nagy DrInstitute of Criminal Sciences, University of Miskolc,Faculty of Law, Hungaryanita.nagy@uni-miskolc.hurelease from imprisonment, rehabilitation, resettlement, comparative research, electronic monitoring, sentencing, prison, fair trial, pre trial detention
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Fergus McNeill Fergus.McNeill@glasgow.ac.uk
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Chris Kay (Dr)Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough Universityc.kay@lboro.ac.ukDesistance, community sanctions, probation, offender supervision, liminalities, transitions, lived experience of desistance
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Jake PhillipsDepartment of Law and Criminology, Sheffield HallamJake.Phillips@shu.ac.ukprobation practice, probation history, offender supervision, desistance
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Kate O'HaraDublin Institute of Technology kate.ohara@mydit.ieCommunity sanctions; Alternatives to imprisonment; Community Service Orders; Judicial desicion making
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Marijke RoosenVrije Universiteit Brussel, Department of Criminology, Research Group Crime & Society (CRiS), Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussel, BelgiumMarijke.Roosen@vub.ac.beElectronic monitoring
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Berit Johnsen Correctional Service of Norway Staff Academy, Postboks 6138 Etterstaf, 0602 Oslo (Norway berit.johnsen@krus.noSociology of punishment, community penalties, imprisonment, proson officer profession, preventive detention, gender and imprisonment
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Anna Di RoncoGhent University, Department of Criminology, Criminal Law and Social Law, IRCP (Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy), Universiteitstraat 4, 9000 Ghent, Belgium Anna.DiRonco@UGent.be
Incivilities, incivilities regulations, community sanctins, comparative research, social control
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 Anders Persson (phd-candidate)School of Social Work, Lund University, PO Box 13, SE 221 00 Lund, Swedenanders.persson@soch.lu.sePrison and probation staff, professionalism, knowledge production within the penal field
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Johan Boxstaens (PhD Candidate)Lecturer & Researcher University College Karel de Grote and University of Antwerp, Brusselstraat 23, 2018 Antwerp, Belgiumjohan.boxstaens@kdg.be; johan.boxstaens@uantwerpen.be Criminal justice social work; community sanctions; probation practice; comparative research; social work theory
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Scott GrantDepartment of Psychology, Social Work and Allied Health Sciences, Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G4 0BA, Scotlandscott.grant@gcu.ac.ukCriminal justice social work; practice cultures; sociology of community punishment; professional socialisation of penal agents
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Anne Worrall (Emerita Professor)School of Social Science and Public Policy, Keele University, Keele, Staffs, ST5 5BG (correspondence to home address, available on request)a.j.worrall@keele.ac.ukCommunity sanctions; criminal justice occupational cultures; gender and criminal justice; multi-agency work in criminal justice
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Hannah Graham (Dr)Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR), School of Applied Social Science and Education, University of Stirling, Stirling, United Kingdom, FK9 4LA

h.m.graham@stir.ac.ukProbation and community sanctions; offender supervision; electronic monitoring technologies; community service and unpaid work; comparative research; rehabilitation; desistance and community reintegration; experiencing punishment; co-production; sociology of punishment; theorising penal cultures; social inovation and its interfaces with criminal justice; creative and participative research methods including innovative arts-based research methods in criminology and criminal justice.
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Mojca M. Plesnicar (Dr)Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law Ljubljana, Poljanski nasip 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Sloveniamojca.plesnicar@pf.uni-lj.sisociology of punishment, sentencing and decision making, judges, imprisonment, probation, juvenile criminal justice, women and criminal justice, crimmigration, new technology and sentencing
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Philippa Tomczak (Dr)Centre for Criminological Research, University of Sheffieldp.j.tomczak@sheffield.ac.ukThe penal voluntary sector, net-widening, death in state custody, prison suicide
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Dana SegevCentre for Criminological Research, University of Sheffielddsegev1@sheffield.ac.ukDesistance, community sanctions, probation, social structures, pathways out of crime, comparative research.
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Gemma MorganCentre for Criminal Justice and Criminology, Vivian Tower, Swansea University, Singleton Road, Swansea SA2 8PPg.h.morgan@swansea.ac.ukYouth justice, community supervision, supervison skills, evidence-based practice.
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Eliane Frenkiel-PelletierCEJESCO, Université de Reims Champagne Ardennes, Franceeliane.frenkiel@wanadoo.fradult probation, history, criminal justice, comparison including methods
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Jaap A. van Vliet (Dr)Self employed researcher. www.jaapvanvliet.infovliet.aktief@upcmail.nlResearch, consultancy and management: Forensic psychiatry. Rehabilitation and youth care. Care after detention or Tbs* (with and without obligation).*Tbs = detention under a hospital order. The connection between judicial authorities and general social services.
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Trevor Calafato (Dr)Department of Criminology, University of Maltatrevor.calafato@um.edu.mtCriminology, sentencing and decision making, community based sanctions, restorative justice.
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Mairead Seymour Dr. School of Languages, Law and Social Sciences, Dublin Institute of Technologymairead.seymour@dit.ieCommunity sanctions, community supervision, comparative criminal justice, offender compliance, procedural justice, reintegration, youth offending and youth justice.
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Christine M. Graebsch (Prof. Dr.)Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Artschristine.graebsch@fh-dortmund.dePrison and law; experience of sanctions; foreign nationals in criminal and migration law; concept and analysis of 'evidence-based crime prevention', desistance.
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Alexia Jonckheere (Dr.)National
Institute of Criminalistics and Criminology (NICC), Brussels (Belgium)
alexia.jonckheere@just.fgov.beProbation Service, Community Sanctions and Measures, Management and Computerization of Justice, Criminal Justice Statistics
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Eoin GuilfoyleCentre for Crime, Justice and Victim Studies - University of Limerickeoin.guilfoyle@ul.ieSentencing, Community Sanctions, Community Service Order
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Anna Matczak (Dr.)Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Department of Sociology, Collegium Civitas, Warsaw, Polandamatczak@civitas.edu.plPunishment & society, restorative justice, community work & restorative justice, penal policies in Central and Eastern Europe, lay opinion/public narratives in criminology.
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