RESEARCH

PRISON SERVICE JOURNAL ARTICLES

LISTEN WITHOUT PREJUDICE by Dr Yvonne Jewkes was first published in the Prison Service Journal in July 2001.  It is an insightful article covering her experiences whilst attending Prison Dialogue sessions in HMP Whitemoor and HMP Blakenhurst in 1999, and was part of her research for her doctoral thesis. She is now Professor of Criminology at the University of Leicester. Read Article

WE’VE ALL COME TOGETHER AS ONE – PRISONERS, STAFF AND MANAGERS describes the use of dialogue to help to establish the right relationships and culture in a residential healthcare centre as staff roles were changing to combine discipline and care.  It is written by the lead practitioners, Sarah Hill and Jane Ball of Prison Dialogue and Ursula Hare, Healthcare Manager at HMP Blakenhurst. Read Article