Volume 7 Issue 1: July 2019

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Editorial - Eamon Coulter

What has happened to you? Changing how we think about family violence and justice - Dr Ian Lambie

Putting victims at the heart of the criminal justice system -  Dr Kim McGregor

“It’s all about the choices I make”: Understanding women’s pathways to desistance - Jill Bowman and Dr Bronwyn Morrison

The Short Violence Prevention Programme: An offence-focused intervention for short-serving incarcerated men with a history of violence who are at high risk of re-offending - Ryan Perkins

Relapse prevention and safety planning: A viable short term intervention - Kirsty Bell Hunter

The Short Motivational Programme-Revised: A new era of Motivational Interviewing in programme delivery - Alice Best

Supporting neurodiverse learners in New Zealand prisons - Michael Stewart

Motivational Interviewing – the journey of Community Corrections - Nyree Lewis

The Alcohol and Other Drugs Aftercare Worker Service: Process evaluation findings - Marianne Bevan, Anna Thompson, Liz Smith, Dr Chelsea Grootveld, Timoti Brown, Rebecca Gormley

Update on the community-based two-year alcohol and other drug testing trial - Nyree Lewis

Qualitative evaluation of the alcohol and other drug testing in the community trial - Jill Bowman

Comparison of socio-economic and reconviction outcomes for offenders sentenced to home detention or a short sentence of imprisonment respectively - Dr Wayne Goodall

New Zealand’s Six Pillar Model of reintegration and international reintegrative models: A review of the literature - Nimesha Tissera

Housing supports and services in New Zealand: A cross-agency response - Jemma Faure

Matawhāiti Residence – Public Protection Orders - Lindon Pullan and Andrew Burger

A mental health service for people in central North Island prisons - Shaun Sullivan and Maxine Mallinson

Leading with values, measuring success - Zac Whitsitt and Valerie Shirley

Case study: How prototyping was used to design the solution for photographing people in the care of the Department of Corrections in the community - Irene Keane

Book review: Global perspectives on desistance: Reviewing what we know, and looking to the future - Reviewed by Dr Peter Johnston