Crime and Consequence New book launched 01 November 2019 A new book, Crime and Consequence, was launched last week by the Monument Fellowship. The book considers the question What should happen to people who commit criminal offences? and looks at how best to ensure that societal responses to crime tackle the causes and consequences of it. Edited by Anne Fox, the Chief Executive of Clinks, and Alison Frater, Chair of the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance, the book features a wide variety of contributions, including poems, essays, images and statistics on a number of different relevant topics. The book can be downloaded for free or is available to purchase in hardback. There are also a number of podcasts available to listen to which serialise the book. Previous Article MA 2019 AGM, Conference and Awards Dinner Next Article New report on the youth justice system in the past decade Print Tags: Criminal Justice System Please login or register to post comments.