• In an international context, the Discovering Desistance website features a documentary film, a blog and various useful resources on desistance.
  • Vox Liminis and the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR) at the University of Glasgow host the Distant Voices project website. It combines collaborative research outputs with songwriting, poetry and other creative outputs focused on better understanding reintegration and desistance processes, and the social contexts in which these occur.
  • The Edinburgh Study of Youth Transitions and Crime website (Scotland) offers longitudinal research and resources on youth peoples’ transitions into and desistance from crime.
  • The User Voice website (England and Wales) showcases work led by people with lived experience of the criminal justice system and desistance processes. They host councils and consultations with, for and by people with such lived experiences, share research and information associated with advocacy and campaigning.
  • The Life After Prison podcast website and social media channels (England and Wales) features the voices of people who have left prison and embarked on their own processes of change, offering insight and helpful expertise in support of others embarking on those processes.
  • HM Inspectorate of Probation for England and Wales provide an overview of desistance principles and how they apply to probation practice, in supervising and supporting people to desist in communities.
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