Set up to Fail? Examing Australian Parole Compliance Laws through A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Lens
With growing prisoner and parole numbers, Australia is demonstrably failing to reduce recidivism and facilitate desistance from crime. This paper examines Australia’s parole compliance regime through the lens of therapeutic jurisprudence (‘TJ’), which we argue provides a valuable perspective for understanding how these laws can operate to break or further entrench the cycle of recidivism. Our analysis indicates that these laws are not currently ‘TJ-friendly’, as parole boards have...[Show more]
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