The introduction sets out the structure of the book, and examines the issues and debates surrounding them that the various authors discuss in their essays. As a result of the difficulties of working with these issues and the number of people who present them, criminal justice sanctions have come to be viewed as a solution. The discussions within the book are introduced as relevant, due to the Coalition government's plans for the criminal justice system and the inclusion of the contributors' own personal practice experiences make the book pioneering in its approach.
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