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BARCLAY, Gordon C. The criminal justice system in England and Wales. 3rd edition, Home Office Research & Statistics Directorate, 1995. 48 pages. ISBN 1858923599

BRYANS, SHANE & JONES, RACHEL. Prisons and the prisoner: an introduction to the work of Her Majesty's Prison Service. TSO 2001. ISBN 0113412282. 286 pages.

CAVADINO, Michael and DIGNAN, James. The penal system: an introduction. 2nd edition, Sage, 1997. 346 pages. ISBN 0761953280

Changing offenders’ attitudes and behaviour: what works? Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Research Study no. 171, 1997. 69 pages.

COYLE, Andrew.  The prisons we deserve.  Harper Collins, 1994. 218 pages. ISBN 0006276547.

Custody, care and justice: The way ahead for the Prison Service England and Wales. HMSO, 1991. 108 pages (Cm 1647) ISBN 0101164726

Custody, care and justice: the way ahead for the Prison Service England and Wales, a summary of the Government's proposals. Home Office, 1991. 13 pages

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT. Improving prisoners' learning and skills: a new strategic partnership. DfEE 2001. Issued by: DfEE Publications, PO Box 5050, Sherwood Park, Annesley, Nottingham, NG15 0DJ Tel.  0845 6022260.

DUFF, Anthony.  Penal theory and practice: tradition and innovation in criminal justice. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1994. ISBN 0719038219

An evaluation of prison work and training. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate/Brunel University 1997. 39 pages.

European prison rules: recommendations No.R(87)3 adopted by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. Council of Europe, 1987. 33 pages

FLYNN, Nick. Introduction to prisons and imprisonment. Waterside Press, 1998. 147 pages. ISBN 1872870376

GOODMAN, Andrew & MENSAH, Barbara. The prisons guide. Blackstone 1999. 94 pages. ISBN 1854319760

GRAVETT, Steve. Coping with prison: a guide to practitioners on the realities of imprisonment. Cassell 1999. 182 pages. ISBN 0304704768

A guide to the criminal justice system in England and Wales. Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate 2000. On web at http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/cjspubl.html or tel. 020 7273-2084 for copies.

HM CHIEF INSPECTOR OF PRISONS. Doing time or using time. Home Office, 1993. 106 pages

HM CHIEF INSPECTOR OF PRISONS and INSPECTOR OF PROBATION.Lifers: a joint thematic review by Her Majesty’s Inspectorates of Prisons and Probation. Home Office, 1999. 183 pages. Available on Home Office web site: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk

HM CHIEF INSPECTOR OF PRISONS. Prisoners' complaints: a review of the procedures used by prisoners making requests and complaints. Home Office, 1987. 96 pages

HM CHIEF INSPECTOR OF PRISONS. Suicide is everyone’s concern: a thematic review. Home Office, 1999. 136 pages

HM CHIEF INSPECTOR OF PRISONS. Women in prison: a thematic review. Home Office, 1997. 160 pages. ISBN 1858939011

HM CHIEF INSPECTOR OF PRISONS. Unjust deserts: a thematic review by HM Chief Inspector of Prisons of the treatment and conditions for unsentenced prisoners in England and Wales. Home Office, 2000. ISBN 1840825812. 126 pages.

HM CHIEF INSPECTOR OF PRISONS. Young prisoners: a thematic review. Home Office, 1997. 104 pages. ISBN 1858939984

HM CHIEF INSPECTOR OF PRISONS. Reports on various individual prisons. Home Office. Tel. 020 7273-3702.

HM PRISON SERVICE: Citizen's Charter standards of service. Home Office, 1993. 2 pages

HM PRISON SERVICE: Corporate Plan 2001/2 – 2003/4 & Business Plan 2001/2. Prison Service, 2001.

HM PRISON SERVICE: Framework Document. Prison Service 1999. 16 pages

HM PRISON SERVICE. Model regime for local prisons and remand centres. 1992. 43 pages.

HM PRISON SERVICE. Quinquennial review of Prison Service: evaluation of performance 1992-93 to 1997-98. Prison Service 1999. 36 pages

HM PRISON SERVICE. Preventing suicides and making prisons safer for all who live and work there. Issued by Safer Custody Group. 2001. 10 pages.

HM PRISON SERVICE, Women’s Policy Group. Report of a review of principles, policies and procedures on mother and babies/children in prisons. Prison Service 1999. 82 pages.

HM PRISON SERVICE. National framework for the throughcare of offenders in custody to the completion of supervision in the community. HM Prison Service, 1993.

HM PRISON SERVICE and NHS EXECUTIVE. The future organisation of prisons health care: report by the Joint Prison Service and National Health Service Executive working party. Department of Health 1999. 101 pages. Also on web at http://tap.ccta.gov.uk/doh/coin4.nsf

HUNTER, Paul and DODD, Tricia. The National Prison Survey 1991: a report to the Home Office... HMSO, 1992. 114 pages. ISBN 0116914483

Imprisoned women and mothers. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Home Office Research Study no. 162, 1997. 74 pages.

Imprisonment for fine default. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Research Findings no. 35, 1996. 4 pages.

LAMING OF TEWIN, LORD. Modernising the management of the Prison Service: an independent report by the Targeted Performance Initiative Working Group. Home Office Communications Directorate 2000. 34 pages. Available on Prison Service web site.

LEARMONT, Sir John. Review of Prison Service security in England and Wales and the escape from Parkhurst Prison on Tuesday 3rd January 1995. HMSO, 1995. ISBN 0101302029

LEECH, Mark & CHENEY, Deborah. The prisons handbook 2002. Waterside Press, 2002. ISBN 1872870163 (Annual)

LEVENSON, JOE. A Hard act to follow? Prisons and the Human Rights Act. Prison Reform Trust 2000. 15 pages.

LIEBLING, ALISON. The prison officer. Waterside Press 2000. 212 pages. ISBN 0952841320

LIVINGSTONE, Stephen and OWEN, Tim. Prison law. 2nd ed., OUP 1999. 735 pages. ISBN 0198765126.

LOUCKS, NANCY. Prison rules : a working guide. Prison Reform Trust 2000.ISBN 0946209464. 151 pages.

Mental disorder in remand prisoners. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, 1996. 101 pages.

MAGUIRE, MIKE; MORGAN, ROD; REINER, ROBERT. The Oxford handbook of criminology. 2nd ed., Clarendon Press 1997. ISBN 0198262973 hardback, 0198764855 paperback. 1227 pages.

MATHIESON, THOMAS. Prisons on trial. Waterside Press 2000. ISBN 1872870856. 208 pages.

MURRAY, CHARLES. Does prison work? Institute of Economic Affairs Health and Welfare Unit 1997 Series: Choice in welfare no 38 ISBN: 0255363982. 54 pages.

PENAL AFFAIRS CONSORTIUM. A joint manifesto for penal reform. PAC, 1995. 6 pages

PILLING, Joe et al.. Perspectives on prison: a collection of views on prison life and running prisons. HMSO, 1992. 40 pages
[Published as a supplement to: Report on the work of the Prison Service, April 1991 - March 1992]

PLAYER, Elaine and JENKINS, Michael. Prisons after Woolf: reform through riot. Routledge, 1994. 278 pages ISBN041507956X

Prison overcrowding and population inflation : recommendation no R (99) 22 adopted by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on 30 September 1999 and report. Council of Europe 2000. ISBN 9287141495. 206 pages.

The prison population in 1997: a statistical review. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Research Findings no. 76, 1998. 4 pages.

PRISON REFORM TRUST. Does prison work? Prison Reform Trust, 1993

PRISON REFORM TRUST. The prison population in Britain and Europe. Prison Reform Trust, 1993. 5 pages

Prison Rules 1999. TSO, 1999. Statutory Instrument 1999 no 728. Also available on HM Prison Service web site at http://www.hmprisonservice.gov.uk/library3.asp and on HMSO website at http://www.legislation.hmso.gov.uk/si/si1999/19990728.htm

Prison Service Annual Report and Accounts April 1998-March 1999. TSO, 1999.(House of Commons paper 748  session 1998/99) ISBN 0102774994

Prison Statistics: England and Wales. TSO, 1998. Cm 4017.

Prisons Ombudsman annual report. Prisons Ombudsman’s Office, annual. Also available on Home Office web site: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk

Projections of long term trends in the prison population to 2007. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Statistical Bulletin 2/2000. 16 pages.

Protecting the public: the government’s strategy on crime in England and Wales. HMSO, 1996. Cm 3190.

A reconviction study of HMP Grendon therapeutic community.. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Research Findings no. 53, 1998. 4 pages.

Reconvictions of offenders sentenced or discharged from prison in 1994, England and Wales. Home Office Statistical Bulletin 5/99, Home Office Research & Statistics Department 1999. 36 pages.

Report of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales . HMSO (Published annually as a House of Commons paper)

Review of comparative costs and performance of privately and publicly operated prisons 1997-98. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Home Office Statistical Bulletin 13/99 1999. 41 pages.

RICHARDSON, G. Law, process and custody: prisoners and patients. Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1993. ISBN 0297821466

RODLEY, Nigel S. The treatment of prisoners under international law.2nd edition, Clarendon Press 1999. 479 pages. ISBN 0198265646

RUGGIERO, Vincenzo and RYAN, Mick. Western European penal systems: a critical anatomy. SAGE, 1995. 241 pages. ISBN 0803977212

SCRATON, Phil; SIM, Joe and SKIDMORE, Paula. Prisons under protest. Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1991. 181 pages. ISBN 0335151809

A Seven-year reconviction study of HMP Grendon therapeutic community. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Home Office Research findings no. 115, 2000. 4 pages.

SIMON, Frances H. Prisoners’ work and vocational training. Routledge 1999. ISBN 0415146763

SOUTH, Nigel and WEISS, Robert P. Comparing prison systems : toward a comparative and international penology. International studies in global change v 8, Gordon and Breach 1998. 488p ISBN 9057005107

STERN, Vivien. Bricks of shame: Britain's Prisons. 3rd ed. Penguin, 1993. 315 pages ISBN 0140231366

"Tell them so they listen": message from young people in custody. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Home Office Research Study  no. 201, 2000.

TOWL, GRAHAM; SNOW, LUISA;MCHUGH, MARTIN. Suicide in prisons. British Psychological Society 2000. ISBN 1854333291.

VAGG Jon. Prison systems: a comparative study of accountability in England, France, Germany and the Netherlands. Clarendon Press, 1994. 380p. ISBN 0198256744

WALMSLEY, Roy; HOWARD, Liz and WHITE, Sheila. The National Prison Survey 1991: main findings. HMSO, 1991. 82 pages (Home Office research study; 128)

WEDDERBURN, DOROTHY. Justice for women the need for reform : the report of the committee on women's imprisonment. Prison Reform Trust 2000. 116 pages.

WILSON, David & ASHTON, John. What everyone in Britain should know about crime and punishment. Blackstone Press, 1998. ISBN 1854317369

The Woolf report: summary of the main findings and recommendations of the inquiry into prison disturbances. Prison Reform Trust, 1991. 36 pages

World prison population list.. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate, Home Office Research Findings no. 116, 2000.

WRIGHT, Richard A. In defense of prisons.  Westport (Connecticut), Greenwood, 1994.  202 pages. ISBN 0313279268

ZAMBLE, EDWARD & QUINSEY, VERNON L. The Criminal recidivism process. Cambridge University Press 1997. ISBN: 0521581796. 181pages.

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