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New York: New Press. Sharon Shalev: Supermax - controlling risk through solitary confinement. Publication: Revija za kriminalistiko in kriminologijo, Letn. All rights reserved. Remember me on this computer.

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Cancel Forgot your password? Year 1 6 5 2 Language English 8 Slovenian 1. Her book, ' Supermax: controlling risk through solitary confinement ' Willan, has been awarded the British Society of Criminology's Book Prize for Dr Shalev acts as an independent consultant on the use and consequences of solitary confinement, and has authored various publications on the subject, including the Sourcebook on Solitary Confinement - a practitioner's guide to the health effects of solitary confinement and to human rights and professional standards relating to its use.

Since its publication the Sourcebook has become a widely used point of reference internationally and has been translated into French, Mandarin, Russian and Spanish. In late Dr Shalev was invited by New Zealand's National Preventative Mechanism NPM bodies, with funding from the UN, to conduct a review of seclusion and restraint practices across different detention contexts police, mental health units, prisons, children and young people's residences in New Zealand.

The ensuing report, " Thinking outside the box? The study included visits to 14 prisons and 4 Close Supervision Centres, and interviews with prisoners, prison officers and governors to get their views about, and experiences of, segregation units. The study helped to build an evidence base on the uses of segregation: the regulations governing its use, variations in practice, the characteristics of those who end up in segregation and their experience of segregation, the views of staff who work there, and the processes for returning people to normal location.


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Other research interests include: the design, management and regime in high security prisons on both sides of the Atlantic; prison architecture; the use of restraints in prisons and mental health settings; human rights and prisons and; prison health care and medical ethics in prison. Solitary confinement; The design, management and regime in high security prisons on both sides of the Atlantic; prison architecture; restraints in mental health settings; human rights and prisons and; prison health care and medical ethics in prison.

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