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Irish experience of the criminal justice system. With Sam Lewis and Peter Raynor.

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The study involved interviews with men who identified themselves as Irish and were under probation supervision about their experiences of probation and criminal justice. The results were compared with those for populations of Black and Asian men on probation and for predominantly white populations of offenders. The main results were published as Lewis, S., Lobley, D., Raynor, P. and Smith, D. (2005), 'The Irish on probation in England', Irish Probation Journal, 2, 1, 4-19; see also Lewis, Raynor and Smith (2006), 'A reply to Colm Power', Irish Probation Journal, 3, 1, 41-44 (written in response to criticism).