This article is about the place of those sentenced in criminal justice sanctions. Specifically, it reports on the findings of a co-productive qualitative inquiry that sought to explore the place and possibility of service user co-production within justice sanctions, drawing on the experience of people with convictions. The conclusion of the article is that participation and co-production matters in justice sanctions. The detail and implications of this conclusion are discussed.
- service user
McCulloch, T., & with members of Positive Prison? Positive Futures (2016). Co-producing justice sanctions? Citizen perspectives. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 16(4), 431-451. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895816639730