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Justice Committee demands review into alternative system for delivering probation by February 2019.
While the 18-25 age group is one that offends the most, young adults have the greatest potential to make the transition to a crime-free adulthood while the brain is still developing.
A criminal record acts as a barrier because it labels a person as an offender & prevents them from developing a prosocial identity by gaining employment.
Bob Neill, Chair of the Justice Select Committee updates us on the Prisons and Courts Bill and the other work of the Committee to the end of the 2017 parliament
Justice Committee rejects the idea of prison league tables and highlights industrial relations with both governors & staff as key obstacle to prison reform.
New report from the House of Commons Justice Select Committee reaffirms the value of restorative justice but finds that access to RJ remains a postcode lottery.