The Tracking People: controversies and challenges network is a unique and innovative cross-disciplinary project which has been established to examine the use of tracking devices (non-removable wearable devices that enable location monitoring or tracking of wearers by third parties) in a variety of settings and across jurisdictions including criminal justice, immigration, mental health, dementia, terrorism and children’s services. The network brings together for the first time academics, ...

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  Probation Institute speaking up for Probation and Rehabilitation Professor Paul Senior, Chair of the Probation Institute will be speaking to the Justice Select Committee on the impact of Transforming Rehabilitation on 1st November. Nick Smart, our Vice Chair, with the Association of Black Probation Officers, will be attending a Round Table event on 2nd November focussing on Probation and Community Rehabilitation as part of the Lammy Review of Treatment and Outcomes for Black, Asian ...

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Researching Probation and Community Rehabilitation.  We are committed to the development of knowledge, through research, to inform probation policy and practice. (Probation Institute Code of Ethics Value 7) position-paper-on-research-oct-4-16   ...

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