About the Author

Philip Whitehead is professor of criminal and social justice at the University of Teeside. After studying theology at Manchester University and later qualifying as a social worker/probation officer at Lancaster University, Whitehead worked for the Probation Service in the northeast of England before being appointed lecturer at Teesside University. He has written widely on the history and modernization of the probation service, coedited a collection of papers on managerial issues, and coauthored a book on the education of Trainee Probation Officers. His recent books are Organising Neoliberalism: Markets, Privatisation and Justice and Reconceptualising the Moral Economy of Criminal Justice: A New Perspective.

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