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Apr 2, 2018

Jarrod is a sociologist at the University of Canterbury and the author of "Patched: The History of Gangs in New Zealand" which was a finalist for best non-fiction book in the New Zealand Book Awards in 2013 (and is also the most stolen book in New Zealand).  He recently co-edited "Criminal Justice: A New Zealand Introduction".  In this interview we discuss his life and what has led him to become an expert in this area as well as reflect on the role mentors have had in his life, the importance of cross discipline challenges and danger of silos, changing your mind in the light of better evidence and our shared memories of being involved together with the UCSA almost 20 years ago.

Twitter: @JarrodGilbertNZ