Case Management with Women Offenders: Literature Review

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Turner, Shelley ORCID: 0000-0002-8269-4522 (2010) Case Management with Women Offenders: Literature Review. Other. Department of Justice, Melbourne, Victoria.


This literature review relates to case management in community corrections with women offenders. The review summarises research outcomes about best practice principles for the management of women offenders under community corrections supervision. The review also examines the outcomes of evaluations of case management as a supervisory and rehabilitative mechanism. The central purpose of the review is to inform a Dedicated Women's Case Management pilot project conducted by Corrections Victoria, which involves using specialist case managers for women offenders, assessed as being at medium to high risk of re-offending or with multiple and complex needs. The review examines international and Australian literature on effective practice and ‘what works’ with offenders and, in particular women offenders, to reduce recidivism, as well as international and Australian literature on case management approaches in community corrections, with particular reference to those designed for women offenders.

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Corrections Victoria

Item type Monograph (Other)
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Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1602 Criminology
Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > College of Arts
Keywords female offenders; case management; community corrections supervision; rehabilitation of offenders
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