Michael Vreugdenhil of Pink Umbrella Studios on why digital inclusion is a priority for offenders and long term prisoners in particular.
Intriguing study finds that twitter can reliably indicate prevalence of certain crimes, although only in low-crime London neighbourhoods.
New measures from Facebook seek to help suicidal users by using artificial intelligence to identify those at risk and then intervene with helping resources.
Report from Catch 22 investigates how social media can act as a catalyst and trigger for youth violence.
Brilliant series of 3 very short videos by Michael Linnell raising awareness of domestic abuse and providing information about sources of help.
New app from Breaking Free online brings personalised recovery strategies into the real world with nudges to avoid risk situations and follow through on plans.
Could the probation service soon be using computerised algorithms to assess risk of harm to the public by the automatic search of offenders’ Facebook posts?
New Hestia app helps those in abusive relationships by providing advice, support and the ability to compile a secret diary of abuse.
How a viral instagram campaign was created to raise awareness of the thin line between social drinking and problematic alcohol use.
Now Android phones will send everything the handset knows about your location to emergency services whenever you dial 999.
Digital interventions for cannabis problems are promising and could help access large numbers of people who don’t want to use drug treatment agencies
Our legal system is struggling to keep up with modern online behaviour and many people don’t realise that they could be breaking the law by a simple tweet.