Readership: The primary market consists of probation officers, probation and police trainers, and police officers working with the probation service. The title is also of interest to students taking foundation degrees in Police Studies, Risk Management and Public Protection courses, and probation students reading for the Diploma
in Probation Studies.
There is a secondary market among social workers, child protection and mental health professionals, youth justice workers and community safety workers.
Mike Nash, Head of the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth, and Andy Williams, Course Leader in Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Portsmouth
Introduction and Background
Part 1 - Setting the Scene
1: The Nature and Extent of Serious Further Offences
2: Back to Basics - Understanding Offending Behaviour
3: Risk, Dangerousness and Serious Further Offending
4: Working Together - MAPPA and NOMS
Part 2 - Inquiries Cultures: Themes and Issues
5: Inquiry Culture - Moving Forward or Process Compliance?
6: Failure and Blame - Learning Lessons from Elsewhere
7: Serious Further Offending - Types, Reviews and Research
8: SFO Inquiries - Opening Pandora's Box