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Ian D. Marder
Ian D. Marder
Assistant Professor in Criminology, Maynooth University
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Institutionalising restorative justice in the police: key findings from a study of two English police forces
ID Marder
Contemporary Justice Review 23 (4), 500-526, 2020
192020
Individualisation at sentencing: The effects of guidelines and ‘preferred’numbers
JV Roberts, J Sanchez, I Marder
Criminal Law Review 2, 123-136, 2018
122018
Restorative justice for young adults: factoring in maturity and facilitating desistance
I Marder
Restorative Justice Council, Leeds, available at: http://restorativejustice …, 2013
122013
Restorative justice as the new default in Irish criminal justice
I Marder
Irish Probation Journal 16, 60-82, 2019
82019
Building restorative probation services
I Marder
Manchester: HMI Probation, 2020
72020
Restorative justice and the police: Exploring the institutionalisation of restorative justice in two English forces
ID Marder
University of Leeds, 2018
72018
Nudge the judge? Theorizing the interaction between heuristics, sentencing guidelines and sentence clustering
ID Marder, J Pina-Sánchez
Criminology & Criminal Justice 20 (4), 399-415, 2020
62020
Have the England and Wales guidelines affected sentencing severity? An empirical analysis using a scale of severity and time-series analyses
J Pina-Sánchez, JP Gosling, HI Chung, E Bourgeois, S Geneletti, ...
The British Journal of Criminology 59 (4), 979-1001, 2019
52019
Mainstreaming Restorative Justice and Therapeutic Jurisprudence through Higher Education
ID Marder, DB Wexler
U. Balt. L. Rev. 50, 399, 2020
42020
Using data to design and monitor sentencing guidelines: The case of Ireland
E Guilfoyle, ID Marder
Common Law World Review 50 (2-3), 103-119, 2021
32021
A Collective Restorative Justice Strategy for Ireland, 2019-2023
I Marder, U Fernée, T Chapman, K O'Dwyer
Journal of Mediation & Applied Conflict Analysis 6 (1), 1-12, 2019
3*2019
Restorative justice and the Council of Europe: An opportunity for progress
ID Marder
Penal Reform International 4, 2018
32018
Communicating and collaborating across nations, professions and disciplines in restorative justice
ID Marder
Restorative Justice 4 (2), 237-246, 2016
32016
Opportunities to use restorative justice in the Moroccan criminal justice process
I Marder
Washington, DC: Search for Common Ground, 2014
32014
Enabling Student Participation in Course Review and Redesign: Piloting Restorative Practices and Design Thinking in an Undergraduate Criminology Programme
ID Marder, T Vaugh, C Kenny, S Dempsey, E Savage, R Weiner, K Duffy, ...
Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 1-22, 2021
22021
The new international restorative justice framework: Reviewing three years of progress and efforts to promote access to services and cultural change
I Marder, E Zinsstag
The International Journal of Restorative Justice 3 (3), 395-418, 2020
22020
Empirical research on the impact and experience of open prisons: state of the field and future directions
I Marder, M Lapouge, J Garrihy, A Brandon
Marder, I., Lapouge, M., Garrihy, J. & Brandon, A.(2021).“Empirical research …, 2022
12022
Theo Gavrielides, Waves of healing: using restorative justice for street group violence
ID Marder
Restorative Justice 2 (1), 103-106, 2014
12014
Mapping restorative justice and restorative practices in criminal justice in the Republic of Ireland
ID Marder
International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 70, 100544, 2022
2022
Developing smart principles for sentencing guidelines in Ireland
I Marder, EM Guilfoyle
2021
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