MULTI-AGENCY APPROACH and THE YOUTH JUSTICE SYSTEM
Rob Hornsby, a trainee sociologist got an insight into the current workings of the Youth Justice System when he worked as an Appropriate Adult at a police station, supporting young offenders following their initial arrest.
Laurie Taylor is joined by Rob Hornsby who explains how his practical experience of the processes involved has helped illuminate both the successes and failures of the multi-agency approach.
The over-eighties comprise the fastest rising segment of the population and are expected to treble their numbers in the next twenty five years.
Laurie Taylor explores with Mike Hepworth, Reader in Sociology at the University of Aberdeen and Rodney Bickerstaffe President of National Pensioners Convention, the ways in which moral values have been attributed to evidence of ageing in the body throughout history and how they continue to influence contemporary attitudes.
Junior Research Associate, University of Newcastle
Appropriate Adult Network
Crime and Disorder Act 1998
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, Code A
Reader in Sociology, University of Aberdeen
Bibliography (complete list available from Mike Hepworth website)
Stories of Ageing
Open University Press
ISBN 0 335 19853 8
The Body: Critical Concepts
with A.Blaikie, M.Holmes, A.Howson, D. Inglis and S. Sartain (5 vols)
Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis Books Ltd ISBN 0415266629
Surviving Middle Age: Understanding Everyday Experience
Mike Hepworth, Mike Featherstone - Blackwell Publishers ISBN 0631129553
In Defiance of an Ageing Culture – ‘Ageing and Society’ 19, 1999
Ageing and the Emotions – Journal of Educational Gerontology 1993
Positive Ageing and the Mask of Age – Journal of Educational Gerontology 1991
President of National Pensioners Convention
Cider With Rosie
Penguin ISBN 0140106243
Remind Me Who I Am Again
Granta Books ISBN 1862071713
A World Growing Old
Pluto Press ISBN 0745318398
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