By Paul Dugmore; Sally Angus; Jane Pickford
Allowing readers to increase the data, abilities and values which aid formative years justice perform, this e-book additionally offers scholars with an realizing of the debates inside early life justice coverage and perform, together with the competing problems with welfare and justice.
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Each of the cases requires quite different responses. You may find it difficult working with Imran as the abuse of children is always likely to provoke an emotional action. You have to remember that at this stage Imran has not been convicted and therefore it is only an allegation. However you may feel about an offence, it is your role to work with the young person and to see him or her as an individual who may have carried out an offence, rather than as an offender. Imran may be very scared about what is going to happen to him, about being separated from his family and being placed somewhere else.
3 Values and ethics ● The moral concepts of rights, responsibility, freedom, authority and power inherent in the practice of social workers as moral and statutory agents. ● The complex relationships between justice, care and control in social welfare and the practical and ethical implications of these, including roles as statutory agents and in upholding the law in respect of discrimination. QXD 26/9/06 12:35 pm Page 26 Chapter 2 The development of youth justice philosophies, laws and policies Aspects of philosophical ethics relevant to the understanding and resolution of value dilemmas and conflicts in both interpersonal and professional contexts.
Specifically though, disposals such as fines, reparation orders, community punishment orders and any reparation or community work undertaken as part of a supervision order are directly aimed at making amends. The principles of restoration are arguably linked to civil law ideals about restitution and compensation and as such represent a move away from ideas of punitiveness. The theoretical grounding and rationale for restorative justice is perhaps most famously attributed to John Braithwaite. Braithwaite (1989) examined the concept of ‘re-integrative shaming’ as an ideal in any justice system.