The Centre for Social Justice wants a two year compulsory secure treatment approach to drug-fuelled shoplifting.
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Although it is obvious that the main reason that such large quantities of drugs get into prison is to feed the demand of the many dependent drug users inside, it has long been a significant concern that as many as one in five heroin users took the drug for the first time in custody.
The report is engagingly direct in its criticisms of our drug treatment centre, saying that is still too focused on maintaining dependent users on methadone and other substitute drugs and failing to help them sustain recovery and life productive lives. It claims: “For years full recovery has been the preserve of the wealthy – closed off to the poorest people and to those with problems who need to rely on a public system.”
A new report from the Centre for Social Justice sees the criminal justice voluntary sector as critical to the success of the MoJ probation reforms. A survey completed by 173 organisations highlights hopes and concerns of a new world where relationships with large private sector companies are seen as the key to…