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'You get plenty of punishment'. / Petrillo, Madeline Ruth.

In: Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, 07.12.2015.

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Petrillo MR. 'You get plenty of punishment'. Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. 2015 Dec 7.

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Petrillo, Madeline Ruth. / 'You get plenty of punishment'. In: Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. 2015.

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abstract = "The traumatic personal experiences of women in the criminal justice system often go unnoticed. Their experiences are ignored; their needs minimised; their support and treatment an afterthought. Through the publication of short articles, we are providing a space for women's voices to be heard. Madeline Petrillo, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Portsmouth, will tell their stories. She will use their own words where possible as recorded in a series of interviews for a project examining women{\textquoteright}s pathways to desistance from crime. All names and other identifying information have been changed.",
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