Crime and Punishment Video Pack

Synopsis
A video-based resource pack in ten units examining attitudes towards crime and punishment and looking at the criminal and penal processes. Represents the views of victimes, criminals, prison staff, police, the media and politicians. Asks: Should we get tough with offenders?; Does punishment deter the criminal?; Can offending behaviour be changed?; Should victims have a say in punishment?; What is it like inside a prison?; Os restorative justice the answer?
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. VHS. col. 60 min.
Year of production
1998
Availability
Sale; 2000 sale: £38.30 (+VAT +p&p) TSA
Documentation
Accompanying activity sheets.
Uses
Ages 14-17.
Subjects
Education; Social welfare
Keywords
adolescents; criminal law; prisons

Production Company

Name

Team Video

Distributor

Name

Team Video Productions

Email
admin@team-video.co.uk
Web
http://www.team-video.co.uk/ External site opens in new window
Phone
020 8960 5536
Fax
020 8960 9784
Address
PO Box 38194
London
W10 5WZ
Notes
Producer and distributor of DVD-based teaching packs for schools and colleges that aim to stimulate discussion on issues in areas including citizenship, religious education, critical thinking, energy and environment, and careers/work experience.
Name

Young People in Focus

Email
info@youngpeopleinfocus.org.uk
Web
http://www.youngpeopleinfocus.org.uk/ External site opens in new window
Phone
01273 693 311
Fax
01273 679 907
Address
23 New Road
Brighton
BN1 1WZ
Notes
Producer and distributor of resources for professionals working with young people, as well as for parents of teenagers and teenagers themselves. Until 2009 known as Trust for the Study of Adolescence.

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