Probation volume 14, issue 1, P29-30 1968 DOI: 10.1177/026455056801400119 View full text
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J.M. Wilson

Abstract: 29 are Tony Parker's version of the whole affair, and the ex-prisoner's version, with extracts from his own diary. He was a P.D. man, released to the Hostel Scheme (where little contribution seems to have been made to his preparation for later release) and on his final release he got himself a god job. No adequate arrangements were made for his aftercare so he reported himself to a local probation officer whose initial familiarity put him off but who later improved on acquaintance and &dquo;if he'd more time …

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