Inspectors find North West NPS division has done well to recruit staff but workloads remain too high.
Two thirds of women remanded in custody are acquitted or given a non-custodial sentence.
The Prisoner Learning Alliance looks at ten examples of how technology is being used as part of learning in prisons around the world.
Ian Marder highlights the Council of Europe guidelines on restorative justice.
Widespread homelessness and a lack of suitable housing is jeopardising the rehabilitation of offenders, according to probation inspectors.
Three months into the Covid lockdown, children in prison are still missing out on their education and urgent action is necessary.
Centre for Crime and Justice Studies invaluable annual round-up of key UK justice policy developments.
Children’s participation in youth court proceedings remain an aspiration rather than a reality in most cases.
New research from Chantal Edge on how we can improve hospital care for prisoners.
Lucy Baldwin and Laura Abbott question why we continue to allow pregnancy in prison.
Inspectors found the probation service missed eight opportunities to recall Joseph McCann who went on to commit multiple violent and sexual offences.
EMCDDA trendspotter briefing suggests an overall decline in some forms of drug use with many local variations.