Griffins Society publishes four research findings reports

In the last few weeks, the Griffins Society has published four new pieces of research by Griffins fellows:
Gareth Hole, on: Probation Officers accounts of practice with women convicted of intimate partner violence towards men

Kirsty Tate, on: Losing my voice – a study of the barriers and facilitators to disclosure for sex-working women in residential drug treatment

Jean O’Neill, on: Time after time – a study of women’s transitions from custody

Tamara Pattinson, on: Prison as a place of safety for women with complex health needs

The full papers, Executive Summaries and single page Abstracts of their work can be found at the links above.


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