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Criminal Justice

Who to vote for on criminal justice?

Crest Advisory helpfully provides a clear and detailed summary of the manifesto pledges on criminal justice from the three main political parties.

Prison

Why are young women prisoners neglected?

A distinct approach to young adult women is likely to give them the best chance of growing out of crime and leading happy, healthy and productive lives.

Criminal Justice

Why we need Rehabilitation Devolution

An excellent new report from Rob Allen for Transform Justice makes a compelling case for devolving the rehabilitation of young offenders to PCCs.

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Criminal Justice

Details of Youth Justice review

The review has been met with some scepticism among seasoned justice commentators such as Rob Allen who are surprised at the exclusions and wonder if the review is an excuse to finally go through with the abolition of the Youth Justice Board. The next few months will be a good test of Mr Gove’s pledge to build a new justice system based on the evidence.

On Probation

If Rob Allen were Justice Secretary…

The Coalition’s policy of making prison “not smaller but cheaper” has left the system in a parlous state, endangering prisoners, staff and the wider public. An urgent rebalancing of penal policy is required to create an affordable and effective approach to people in conflict with the law.

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