The impact of incarceration on children's care: A strategic framework for good care planning

Christopher John Trotter, Catherine Anne Flynn, Bronwyn Glynis Naylor, Paul Michael Collier, David Baker, Kay Madelon McCauley, Anna Margareta Eriksson

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Abstract

In order to examine current care planning experiences and practices for children whose primary carers are arrested and imprisoned in Victoria and New South Wales, this multi-method study gathered primary data from 151 imprisoned primary carers, 27 carers, three children and two adult children, along with 124 professional stakeholders. Secondary data was sought from both statutory and non-government organisations about imprisoned parents and children. Relevant rights, legislative and policy documents were also reviewed.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationVictoria, Australia
PublisherMonash Criminal Justice Research Consortium
Number of pages78
ISBN (Print)9780646952703
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Trotter, C. J., Flynn, C. A., Naylor, B. G., Collier, P. M., Baker, D., McCauley, K. M., & Eriksson, A. M. (2015). The impact of incarceration on children's care: A strategic framework for good care planning. Victoria, Australia: Monash Criminal Justice Research Consortium.
Trotter, Christopher John ; Flynn, Catherine Anne ; Naylor, Bronwyn Glynis ; Collier, Paul Michael ; Baker, David ; McCauley, Kay Madelon ; Eriksson, Anna Margareta. / The impact of incarceration on children's care: A strategic framework for good care planning. Victoria, Australia : Monash Criminal Justice Research Consortium, 2015. 78 p.
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The impact of incarceration on children's care: A strategic framework for good care planning. / Trotter, Christopher John; Flynn, Catherine Anne; Naylor, Bronwyn Glynis; Collier, Paul Michael; Baker, David; McCauley, Kay Madelon; Eriksson, Anna Margareta.

Victoria, Australia : Monash Criminal Justice Research Consortium, 2015. 78 p.

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