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Alcohol & Drugs

What do prisoners think of drug treatment?

Prisoners have very mixed experiences of drug treatment, particularly the prescribing of substitute medications such as methadone or buprenorphine (AKA Subutex)

On Probation

Service user involvement and co-production with offenders

The guide is a practical document and provides a structured and accessible introduction to involving offenders and exoffenders; it
includes examples of good practice, checklists and signposts to further information and support.

Criminal Justice

Police Commissioners spotlight earlier intervention & prevention

In an era of falling public spending, prevention and early intervention are a growing focus for policymakers. With significant cuts to policing budgets in recent years, police leaders in particular have needed to think about how they can move ‘upstream’ to reduce demand.

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