This section houses the academic literature on the purposes, processes and effects of the IPP sentence.
It includes perspectives from lawyers, legal scholars, criminologists and psychologists.
This section is intended to impartially present research studies that concern the IPP sentence.
‘I'M ALWAYS WALKING ON EGGSHELLS, AND THERE'S NO CHANCE OF ME EVER BEING FREE’: THE MENTAL HEALTH IMPLICATIONS OF IMPRISONMENT FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION IN THE COMMUNITY AND POST‐RECALL.
HOPE DEFERRED, HUMANITY DIMINISHED? AN ETHNOGRAPHIC INQUIRY INTO THE IMPROVEMENT OF PASTORAL CARE OFFERED TO THOSE SERVING AN INDETERMINATE SENTENCE OF IMPRISONMENT FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION.