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. Crime Strategy will quickly fade if government continues to put spin on the results”, says Kim Workman, spokesperson for Rethinking Crime and Punishment. “The public needs to be able to trust the.

Sir Kim Workman to deliver Robson Lecture in Napier. 23 Jan, 2019 6:00am. 2 minutes to read. Sir Kim Workman. Photo / Supplied. when leading the Rethinking Crime and Punishment Project.

Apr 28, 2016. Mr Harris nominates problem-solving courts, a US innovation, and Kim Workman's efforts here in Rethinking Crime and Punishment.

One of the primary goals of the newly formed Justice Coalition is to achieve a closer working relationship with Justice Sector government agencies, says Kim Workman. Robson Hanan Trust (Rethinking.

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“I think Andrew responded well to it”, said Kim Workman, founder of progressive reform group Rethinking Crime and Punishment and 2018 Senior New Zealander of the Year,

In Rethinking. Kim Workman, spokesperson for Rethinking Crime and Punishment. “Five countries, (Ireland, Cabo Verde, Canada, Thailand, and Iran) all drew attention to the existence of structural.

Sep 1, 2017. Kim Workman. Rethinking Crime and Punishment, NZ. Adrian Rowbottom and Steve Williams. HMP Leyhill. Editorial Board. Dr Jamie Bennett.

“The Minister of Corrections, must be congratulated for the ‘Out the Gate’ Prisoner Reintegration Programme – it addresses a need which has been unmet for many years”, says Kim Workman, spokesperson.

Rethinking Crime and Punishment’s Kim Workman, and Sensible Sentencing Trust’s Garth McVicar, have finally found common ground – both agree that prison is not an ideal place to rehabilitate offenders.

Dec 31, 2018  · The newly knighted Sir Kim Workman says his persistence has paid off, as he is recognised in the New Year Honours for services to prisoner welfare and the justice sector. Sir Kim.

Kim Workman, Strategic Adviser to the Rethinking Crime and Punishment. Kim is the current 2015 JD Stout Fellow at Victoria University, writing a book on the criminal justice system from 1985 to 2015. Kim is the current 2015 JD Stout Fellow at Victoria University, writing a book on the criminal justice system from 1985 to 2015.

Mar 16, 2010  · Local documentary, Real Crime: Crime And Punishment, takes a look at New Zealand’s increasing use of prison as a response to crime through interviews with ex-prisoners; people working with them; and people working to keep young people out of the prison system (tonight at 9.30pm on TV ONE).

and reform of the prison system” says Kim Workman, Spokesperson for Rethinking Crime and Punishment. The legislation makes permanent earlier legislation which allowed victims of crime to seek.

Prisoners need to be heard – Kim Workman. By. The Daily Blog – May 11, 2017. 0. 0. Share. Facebook. Twitter. Email. Print. In 2006 he joined with Major Campbell Roberts of the Salvation Army to launch the Rethinking Crime and Punishment Strategy, and the establishment of Justspeak, a non-partisan network of young people speaking up for a.

“The Minister of Corrections, must be congratulated for the ‘Out the Gate’ Prisoner Reintegration Programme – it addresses a need which has been unmet for many years”, says Kim Workman, spokesperson.

Government has got to stop playing “pass the parcel” with prisoners’ health, said Kim Workman, Director of Rethinking Crime and Punishment, and a former Deputy Director General (Maori Health) in the.

“The decision by the Department of Corrections to fund a very different set of providers to deliver prisoner reintegrative services, is a bold and innovative move”, said Kim Workman, of Rethinking.

JustSpeak is set to have its official launch tomorrow night as well as presenting a position paper on Maori and the Criminal Justice system. JustSpeak is a non-partisan network of young people encouraging a new generation of debate around criminal justice issues in order to achieve a more just.

Feb 6, 2015. Check out the work of Kim Workman and Rethinking Crime and Punishment. 4. The basis of the claim of 'institutional racism' appears to be a.

The Conservative Party’s proposal to abolish parole doesn’t stack up, however which way you look at it, concludes Kim Workman in Rethinking Crime and Punishment latest blog, ‘Abolishing Parole and.

Kim Workman has embarked on a national strategy to increase the involvement of the wider community in the prison system. This has led to the Fellowship joining with the Salvation Army to launch a “Rethinking Crime and Punishment” project aimed at raising the level of debate in New Zealand about prison and its alternatives.

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Dec 31, 2018. Mr Kim Workman (Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa) was appointed a. The Trust oversees the Rethinking Crime and Punishment strategy,

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Nov 22, 2012. I'll be discussing media perceptions of the judiciary and their work with Rethinking Crime and Punishment spokesman Kim Workman and New.

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Sep 3, 2009. Jimmy Baxter used to ascribe this to 'the crime of being a Maori.'. by Kim Workman and the Rethinking Punishment movement – and the.

“While the outcome of the government’s Fresh Start military-style activity camps will be seen as disappointing, there are some valuable learning’s to be had” says Kim Workman, Spokesperson for.

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“Garth McVicar, spokesperson for Sensible Sentencing, needs to stop misleading the public about the current state of crime” says Kim Workman, spokesperson for Rethinking Crime and Punishment. “His.

says Kim Workman, spokesperson for Rethinking Crime and Punishment, and 2015 JD Stout Fellow, at Victoria University. “Do these high risk prisoners reoffend less, because they spend more time on.

“The establishment of an expert advisory panel to improve the safety of prisons could lead to a more balanced prison management regime”, says Kim Workman Director of Rethinking Crime and Punishment.

Racism exists within Criminal Justice System – But You Have to Face it to Fix It – Rethinking. exists within our criminal justice system” Kim Workman, Spokesperson for Rethinking Crime and.

three strikes and increased policing numbers , are not borne out by the facts” says Kim Workman, of Rethinking Crime and Punishment. “The Police deserve better. We should start talking about the.

JustSpeak is a movement of young people who are speaking up and speaking out on criminal justice for a thriving Aotearoa. We develop youth-led tools, resources, spaces and support to facilitate a public conversation on criminal justice informed by evidence and lived experience.

Jun 27, 2013. Robson, Bob Stephens and Kim Workman. • Bridget Williams Books. Crime, Imprisonment and Poverty / Kim Workman and Tracey McIntosh.

The head of justice lobby group Rethinking Crime and Punishment says the son of the Maori king has a long road ahead to win acceptance back into his tribal community. Kim Workman says public outrage around the discharge without conviction of Korotangi Paki on theft and drink driving charges misses.

Kim Workman Rethinking Crime and Punishment. setting up a national campaign to rethink our attitudes on the issues of criminal justice and prison reform.

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KIM Workman QSO, director of the “Rethinking Crime and Punishment” project, spoke at the NZ Council for Civil Liberties AGM late last year. He focused particularly on the penal policy described as “three strikes”, a sentencing measure which has the effect of de facto life im-prisonment for three serious of-fences. This approach was part.

Dec 17, 2012. 104 Kim Workman “Māori Over Representation in the Criminal Justice System” ( 2009). Crime and Punishment <www.rethinking.org.nz >.

Preventative measures against entry into the criminal justice system. Rethinking Crime and Punishment Newsletter (February 2012) <www.rethinking. org.nz>. Corrections Facility, Manukau City, 7 October 2009), quoted in Kim Workman.

Oct 13, 2016  · The rate of assault per sworn police officer had barely changed over the past decade, Rethinking Crime and Punishment director Kim Workman said today. The Police Association has?called again for police to be armed?after four attacks on officers over Christmas.

That re-offending rate is slightly lower than for inmates in other parts of the prisons. Rethinking Crime and Punishment director Kim Workman says Maori focus units appear to show promise but have a.

The real issue is why weapon possession is increasingly becoming a feature of prison life”, says Kim Workman or Rethinking Crime and Punishment. He was responding to recent criticism of the Department of Corrections, for failing to control prisoner access to weapons. “In 2008/9, the Department reported that there were 515 serious assaults.

JustSpeak is set to have its official launch tomorrow night as well as presenting a position paper on Maori and the Criminal Justice system. JustSpeak is a non-partisan network of young people encouraging a new generation of debate around criminal justice issues in order to achieve a more just.

Liam Butler interviews Kim Workman QSO Founder Rethinking Crime and Punishment What strategies does Rethinking Crime and Punishment believe we should consider regarding the use of prison and alternative forms of punishment in New Zealand.

Dec 31, 2018  · Workman, who was awarded a Queen’s Service Order in 2007, had been instrumental in the launch of the Rethinking Crime and Punishment strategy and the establishment of JustSpeak, an organisation of young people that worked for change in the criminal justice system.

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“The government’s rationale for Three Strikes exists within an evidential vacuum” says Kim Workman, Rethinking Crime and Punishment. “So far we have heard three reasons for introducing three strikes.