Justice References

References

Bryan, K. (2004). Preliminary study of the prevalence of speech and language difficulties in young offenders. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 39(3), 391-400.

Bryan, K., Freer, J. & Furlong, C. (2007). Language and communication difficulties in juvenile

offenders. International Journal of Language and Communication Difficulties, 42(5), 505-520.

Clegg, J., Hollis, C. & Rutter, M. (1999). Life Sentence. RCSLT Bulletin, November, Issue 571, pp. 16-18.

Davies, K., Lewis, J., Byatt, J., Purvis, E. & Cole, B. (2004). An evaluation of the literacy demands of general offending behaviour programmes. Findings 233. London, England: Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

Gregory, J. & Bryan, K. (2011). Speech and language therapy intervention with a group of persistent and prolific young offenders in a non-custodial setting with previously undiagnosed speech, language and communication difficulties. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 46(2), 202-215.

Heritage, M., Virag, G. & McCuaig, L. (2011). Better outcomes for young offenders. Exploring the impact of speech and language therapy in youth offending teams. NHS Derbyshire Report. 

Jacobson, J. & Talbot, J. (2009). Vulnerable Defendants in the Criminal Courts: A Review of Provision for Adults and Children. London: Prison Reform Trust.

Snow, P. & Powell, M. (2011). Oral language competence in incarcerated young offenders: Links with offending severity. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 13(6), 480-489.





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