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Journal article

Wood, J, 2012. The university as a public good: active citizenship and university community engagement. International Journal of Progressive Education, 8 (3), pp. 15-31.

Stout, B, Kemshall, H and Wood, J, 2011. Building stakeholder support for a sex offender public disclosure scheme: learning from the English pilots. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 50 (4), pp. 406-418.

Westwood, S, Wood, J and Kemshall, H, 2011. Good practice in eliciting disclosures from sex offenders. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 17 (2), pp. 215-227.

Spence, J and Wood, J, 2011. Youth work and research [editorial]. Youth and Policy (107), pp. 1-16.

Wood, J, 2010. Preferred futures: active citizenship, government and young people. Youth and Policy (105), pp. 50-70.

Wood, J, 2010. Understanding advocacy for children and young people. Groupwork, 20 (2), pp. 87-90.

Wood, J, 2010. The juvenile sex offender. British Journal of Forensic Practice, 12 (4), pp. 57-59.

Kemshall, H and Wood, J, 2008. Risk and public protection: responding to involuntary and taboo risk. Social Policy and Administration, 42 (6), pp. 611-629.

Kemshall, H and Wood, J, 2007. Beyond public protection: An examination of community protection and public health approaches to high-risk offenders. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 7 (3), pp. 203-222.

Authored book

Fabes, R, Payne, B and Wood, J, 2003. Who says nothing ever happens around here? Leicester: National Youth Agency.

Chapter in book

Wood, J and Kemshall, H, 2012. MAPPA: the management of sex offenders. In: Brayford, J, Cowe, F and Deering, J, eds., Sex offenders: punish, help, change or control? Abingdon: Routledge.

Wood, J, 2011. Public health approaches to risk assessment and risk management. In: Kemshall, H and Wilkinson, B, eds., Good practice in risk assessment: current issues. London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 174-194.

Wood, J and Kemshall, H, 2010. Effective multi-agency public protection: learning from the research. In: Harrison, K, ed., Managing high-risk sex offenders in the community: risk management, treatment and social responsibilities. Cullompton: Willan, pp. 39-60.

Wood, J, 2010. Young people as activists: ethical issues in promoting and supporting active citizenship. In: Banks, S, ed., Ethical issues in youth work. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 192-206.

Kemshall, H and Wood, J, 2009. Community strategies for managing high risk offenders: the contribution of multi-agency public protection arrangements. In: Beech, A, Craig, L and Brown, K, eds., Assessment and treatment of sex offenders: a handbook. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, pp. 535-550.

Wood, J, 2009. Education for effective citizenship. In: Wood, J and Hine, J, eds., Work with young people: theory and policy for practice. London: Sage, pp. 141-153.

Wood, J and Hine, J, 2009. Introduction: the changing context of work with young people. In: Wood, J and Hine, J, eds., Work with young people: theory and policy for practice. London: Sage, pp. 1-12.

Kemshall, H and Wood, J, 2009. Risk and public protection: responding to involuntary and taboo risk. In: Sutherland, A and Baker, K, eds., Multi-agency public protection and youth justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 25-42.

Kemshall, H and Wood, J, 2009. Risk and public protection: responding to involuntary and taboo risk. In: Denney, D, ed., Living in dangerous times: fear, insecurity, risk and social policy. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 53-70.

Hine, J and Wood, J, 2009. Working with young people: emergent themes. In: Wood, J and Hine, J, eds., Work with young people: theory and policy for practice. London: Sage, pp. 247-255.

Kemshall, H and Wood, J, 2008. Public protection in practice: Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA). In: Clark, C and McGhee, J, eds., Private and confidential: handling personal information in social and health services. London: Policy Press, pp. 111-128.

Wood, J and Kemshall, H, 2008. Risk, accountability and partnerships in criminal justice: the case of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA). In: Stout, B, Yates, J and Williams, B, eds., Applied criminology. London: Sage, pp. 135-153.

Kemshall, H and Wood, J, 2007. High risk offenders and public protection. In: Gelsthorpe, L and Morgan, R, eds., Handbook of probation. Cullompton: Willan, pp. 381-397.

Edited book

Wood, J and Hine, J, 2009. Work with young people: theory and policy for practice. London: Sage.

Journal editorship

Spence, J and Wood, J, 2011. Youth and Policy. UNSPECIFIED.

Research report for external body

Kemshall, H, Wood, J, Westwood, S, Wilkinson, B, Kelly, G, Stout, B and Mackenzie, G, 2010. The Child Sex Offender Review (CSOR) Public Disclosure Pilots: a process evaluation. Research report for external body. London: Home Office.

Wood, J, Kemshall, H, Westwood, S, Narey, A and Logue, C, 2010. Investigating disclosures made by sexual offenders: preliminary study for the evaluation of mandatory polygraph testing (summary of findings 6/10). Research report for external body. London: Ministry of Justice.

Wood, J and Kemshall, H, 2007. The operation and experience of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA). Research report for external body. London: Home Office.

Kemshall, H, Mackenzie, G, Wood, J, Bailey, R and Yates, J, 2005. Strengthening the Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements. Research report for external body. London: Home Office.

Thesis

Wood, J, 2009. Young people and active citizenship: an investigation. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

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