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Mairead Seymour is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Languages, Law and Social Sciences at the Dublin Institute of Technology. She is author of the book ‘Youth Justice in Context: Community, Compliance and Young People’ (Routledge, 2013). Her research interests include juvenile justice, comparative criminal justice, community supervision, offender compliance, procedural justice and prisoner reintegration.

 
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