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Books & Other Publications

Books & Other Publications

HM Inspectorate of Probation (January 2019) Management and supervision of men convicted of sexual offences

Elliott, H., Hocken, K., Lievesley, R., Blagden, N., Winder, B., Banyard, P (2018). Sexual Crime and Circles of Support and Accountability

Hanvey, S., Philpot, T. & Wilson, C. (2011). A Community-Based Approach to the Reduction of Sexual Reoffending: Circles of Support and Accountability.  London: Jessica Kingsley. [see review]  [purchase this title]

Circles South East(formally HTV Circles) - Ten year report

Wilson, C. (2010).  Contemporary sex offender treatment: incorporating the circles of support and good lives model. In: J. Brayford F. Cowe & J. Deering (Eds.) What Else Works? Creative work with offenders. Abingdon: Willan Publishing 

If you are interested in purchasing books relevant to this work and of wider professional interest for those working with sex offenders, PsychologicalTherapyBooks.co.uk provides a regularly updated list of the newest and best available books on working with sex offenders.

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