Three Principles work with Offenders

There’s a growing buzz about Three Principles as an effective approach to help promote psychological wellbeing and it’s proved effective with offenders at HMP Onley.

2018 Alcohol stats

There were 5,507 alcohol-specific deaths in England in 2016, a 4 per cent increase from 2015 and an increase of 11 per cent on 2006.

Eight things I learnt from the 2018 Global Drug Survey

GDS2018 provides new data on the latest drug trends and crucial public health and policy issues, as well as a range of fascinating facts. Let’s face it, where else would you find out that 30% people can get cocaine delivered more quickly than a pizza?

Get prisoners out of cells and into jobs

Prison Reform Trust briefing argues for increased use of temporary release to enable prisoners to engage in work, training and education in the community.

Alcohol treatment in crisis

Services are in a cycle of disinvestment, staff depletion, and reduced capacity, and this is due to get worse; in 2020 ring-fenced public health funding will end, posing additional risk to the areas of highest need.

Voluntary sector subsidising probation service

Clinks report: There are persistent structural problems with the design of Transforming Rehabilitation that mean the very organisations the probation system relies on are shut out and left in economically unsustainable positions.

Still dying on the inside

Inquest examines the rising number of women who die in prison, 11 years after the Corston report.

The good prison

Clinks report: voluntary sector co-ordination is key to safer and more rehabilitative prisons.

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