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Professor Neal Hazel
Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Eng/Soc/P&CHist
Institute for Public Policy

Expertise:
Youth Justice, Resettlement, Physical punishment, Reentry, Social research methods, Parenting, young offenders, cross-national comparison

Biography:
Neal Hazel is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Salford, U.K. He has led more than 25 funded research projects in juvenile justice and family/health services, including evaluations of both national custodial and community disposals. He also directed a study of young offenders’ experiences in juvenile justice, has written two government-published two cross-national comparisons of youth justice systems (1998 & 2008), and has acted as consultant to a number of independent inspection bodies. He is part of a major new five-year project to research and disseminate good practice in juvenile re-entry – www.beyondyouthcustody.net - and is writing a book on A History of Youth Justice (Routledge).

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  1. Young offenders' perceptions of their experiences under police arrest
  2. Young offenders’ trauma on release from custody
  3. Resettlement after prisons: What the Government needs to know for the new youth custody Bill
  4. Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature update: July 2013
  5. Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature
  6. Evaluation of Salford youthbuild
  7. Engaging fathers in preventive services: fathers and family centres
  8. Key lessons from the RESET programme: Recommendations for the resettlement of young offenders
  9. Putting the conflict tactics scale in context in violence from parent to child
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5Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature306
6Resettlement after prisons: What the Government needs to know for the new youth custody Bill289
7Young offenders’ trauma on release from custody273
8Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature update: July 2013180
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