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The Routledge Guide to Working in Criminal Justice: Employability skills and careers in the Criminal Justice sector Paperback – 16 Sep 2014

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  • Paperback: 332 pages
  • Publisher: Routledge (16 Sept. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 041581071X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0415810715
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 1.9 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 633,471 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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‘This book offers a new way of thinking about taking up employment in the Criminal Justice sector. In easy-to-follow steps it educates the reader about the Criminal Justice System and provides a constructive approach to decision-making around what type of employment and in which part of the Criminal Justice System the reader may want to work. The authors clearly understand the demands of employment in this sector and engage the reader in a consistently thought-provoking style.’― Dr. Jane Winstone, Principal Lecturer in Community Justice, University of Portsmouth, UK

‘This book is a very welcome resource that will be helpful to students, educators, careers professionals and those in the early stages of criminal justice careers. It is comprehensive, informative, accessible and very thoroughly researched. The book is organised in a very user-friendly way, with the reflection points, action points and mini case studies being easy to find and helpful to the reader’s practical understanding of the routes into criminal justice work.

There are a plethora of useful additional resources, including websites, provided to aid further investigation. A very helpful read.’― Paul Gaunt, Director of Careers and Employability, University of Chester, UK

'The aim of the book is "to offer a one-stop guide to becoming employable and to careers in the criminal justice sector and beyond."  It succeeds admirably by providing inside information about the profession and by challenging those interested in criminal justice fields to really think about their roles in the profession. Summing Up: Recommended. All levels.' ― K. Evans, Indiana State University, CHOICE Reviews

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Ester Ragonese is a Senior Lecturer in Criminal Justice in the School of Law at Liverpool John Moores University. She spent the early part of her career working in the probation service as a probation officer and prior to her appointment at John Moores, she was a lecturer in Probation Studies at Liverpool University. Ester has a particular interest in issues relating to diversity/ inequality in the criminal justice system, the management and treatment of drug users, the homeless and the practice of punishment. More recently, Ester has developed an interest in the issue of employability and, within her team, takes the lead on this area. She is currently the module leader for a module which focuses on Professional Development within Criminal Justice.

Anne Rees is a Senior Lecturer and Regional Tutor for the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Portsmouth. She has been involved in the development and the delivery of the Probation Qualifications Framework. Anne has been teaching in higher education for over 10 years and prior to this she had developed a rewarding career in the Merseyside Probation Service. She held a range of positions including: Probation Officer, Acting Senior and Practice Development Officer, where she then developed the role of lead trainer in the roll out of OASys in Merseyside Probation. Anne’s areas of specific interest include Risk Assessment, Dangerousness, Drug Misuse and Mental Health. She continues to be involved in the front line services as a volunteer Panel Member with the Merseyside Youth Offending Team.

Jo Ives is Deputy Director of the World of Work Centre at Liverpool John Moores University, with over 30 years of teaching experience in secondary, further and higher education. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Jo has presented at many international conferences and works as a consultant with Universities and Ministries of Higher Education in developing and delivering support for senior managers, assisting the Higher Education development and implementation of Graduate Employability models in Malaysia, Jordan, and Egypt and, most recently, in universities in Morocco and Tunisia.

Terry Dray is Director of the Graduate Advancement, Employer Engagement and Alumni Relations at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. He started his career as a police officer and has worked in higher education for 20 years, holding management positions at Oxford University, where he was Director of the Career Service, Warwick University and The University of Manchester. He provides consultancy and training for universities and government departments across the world and particularly in North Africa, the Middle East, Malaysia and the U.S.A.


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Excellent and well written book that helps students and those looking to change careers paths in the Criminal Justice System. I particularly liked how the book is set out with easy to read information and bite size chunks of writing sandwiched by anecdotes from students/practitioners, reflection and action points. I have never read any book like it that gives you a full overview of the main areas in the CJS, as well as the skills required and application process in all four countries of the UK. I would highly recommend to those who are looking to work in the Criminal Justice System but are not sure on which area is for them, which skills are better or more required in which job and how to apply for the different main professions.
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Bought as Xmas present so far so good
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