Publications

Condry, R., & Minson, S. (2020). Conceptualizing the effects of imprisonment on families: Collateral consequences, secondary punishment, or symbiotic harms? Theoretical Criminology. https://doi.org/10.1177/1362480619897078

Minson, S (2019) ‘Maternal Sentencing and the Rights of the Child’. Hampshire: Palgrave

Minson, S. (2018) ‘Direct harms and social consequences: An analysis of the impact of maternal imprisonment on dependent children in England and Wales’ , Criminology and Criminal Justice, online first 23/8/2018

Minson, S.(2018) Evidence on the sentencing of mothers provided to the All Party Parliamentary Group inquiry into the sentencing of women. London.

Minson, S.(2017) ‘Who cares? Analysing the place of children in maternal sentencing decisions in England and Wales’ University of Oxford, Doctoral Thesis, Open Access

Minson, S. (2017) Briefing Paper: The Impact of Maternal Imprisonment upon a Child’s Wellbeing and Their Relationship with Their Mother: Findings from ‘Who Cares? Analysing the Place of Children in Maternal Sentencing Decisions in England and Wales’,  University of Oxford

The Sentencing of Parents of Dependent Children   Scottish Sentencing Council, presentation given in Edinburgh. 6th March 2017

Condry, R., Kotova, A., Minson, S.(2016) ‘Social Injustice and collateral damage: the families and children of prisoners’ in Jewkes, Y., Bennett, J., Crewe, B. (ed). Handbook on Prisons, Routledge

Minson, S. (2015) ‘Sentencing and Dependents: Motherhood as Mitigation’ in J Roberts (ed), Exploring Sentencing Practice in England and Wales. Palgrave Macmillan

Sentencing of Mothers: Improving the sentencing process and outcomes for women with dependent children Prison Reform Trust

Minson, S., Condry, R. (2015), ‘The visibility of children whose mothers are being sentenced for criminal offences in England and Wales’  32 Law in Context 28

Minson, S. (2014) Mitigating Motherhood: A study of the impact of motherhood on sentencing decisions in England and Wales’ The Howard League for Penal Reform