Probation inspectors find Durham Tees Valley CRC has improved performance and upgrade rating to “good”.
Dame Carol Black’s Review of Drugs analyses the size of the illicit drugs market in the UK.
HMI Probation explores the role of community hubs in helping to deliver probation services and support desistance.
How Fine Cell Work is keeping prisoners active. First in a new blog series on how the criminal justice sector is protecting its service users against the impact of coronavirus.
Dame Carol Black’s Review of Drugs analyses drug-related violence in the UK.
The Howard League launches a new programme encouraging people to think differently about what happens behind bars with a briefing on procedural justice.
The successes and challenges of delivering hate crime community projects.
University of Kent research concludes that voluntary and mandatory polygraph testing increases the likelihood that individuals convicted or suspected of committing a sexual offence will reveal risk-relevant information.
Dame Carol Black’s Review of Drugs analyses domestic drug distribution in the UK.
A House of Commons debate pack provides important information about health and safety for prison staff.
New wastewater analysis shows Londoners’ cocaine usage has dropped by almost one third since 2016.
Full details of the questions readers asked of the senior responsible officers for the probation reform and workforce programmes.