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Criminal Justice

The truth about crime and rationality

In the second of our “reframing justice” series, author and thinker Tom Gash explores our flawed thinking about crime and the rational actor.

Criminal Justice

Reframing the justice argument

Philippa Budgen is the first guest blogger in a new occasional series dedicated to new ways of engaging the public in justice reform.

Criminal Justice

Building support for criminal justice reform

This is a thoughtful and intriguing report which gains importance from the twin facts that it is based on a substantial survey with members of the public and that it doesn’t pretend that the process of criminal justice reform will be easy to achieve.

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