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On Probation

Liz Truss promises more community sentences

Liz Truss says we need to improve community sentences by dealing better with people with mental health and drug problems and make our prisons more accountable.

Prison

Does Michael Gove want his job back?

Former Justice Secretary Michael Gove recommends the release of all IPP prisoners in this year’s Longford lecture. But why wait till he was a backbencher?

Infographics

The battle for prison reform – so far

A timeline of the main events in the battle for prison reform. A clickable resource including background information on main policy documents, speeches etc.

Prison

Prison staff the key to penal reform

RSA Future Prison report due out at end of October expected to argue that empowering front line prison staff is key to developing a more rehabilitative system.

Criminal Justice

£1billion court modernisation plan

The MoJ’s £1billion court modernisation plan includes provision for vulnerable victims and witnesses to give pre-recorded evidence before trial.

Prison

Is prison reform stalled?

In her 1st appearance before the Select Committee, new Justice Secretary Liz Truss refused to confirm or deny the imminence of a prison reform bill.

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