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Liverpool John Moores University

Lecture Theatre 2, Redmonds Building

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There has been a dramatic proliferation of forms of supervisory punishment in recent decades, yet supervision remains a poorly understood and, amongst the wider public, a rarely discussed aspect of criminal justice.

In this event, Prof Fergus McNeill (Glasgow University) Alison Urie and Louis Abbott will explore some aspects of 'mass supervision’ through discussion, but also by sharing photographs taken by people to visually represent their lived experiences of supervision, and by sharing songs which explore people’s experiences of crime, punishment and reintegration. By so doing, they aim to help make supervision ‘Seen and Heard'.

As well as discussing some of the ideas, concepts and evidence that might help us make sense of ‘mass supervision’, they will consider the contexts in which and processes through which the songs were created by bringing together people with diverse experiences and skills — and will reflect on the sorts of personal and social changes that making and sharing art can encourage.

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