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Prison

Preventing prison suicide

Not only did prison exacerbate existing problems because they were not appropriately addressed within the prison system, but imprisonment made many prisoners feel powerless to deal with issues such as their children’s wellbeing.

On Probation

What’s it like being on probation?

Supervisible An intriguing new report by Professor Wendy Fitzgibbon and Carolyne Kardia for the Howard League for Penal Reform gives an insight into what it’s like being

Policing

Why do we criminalise young people in care?

The children who are being criminalised whilst teenagers are the same children who, when younger, were sympathetically viewed as vulnerable, innocent and highly deserving of society’s help and protection.

Prison

Punishment in prison

Most commentators agree that the rise in adjudications is linked to the increasing levels of violence reported in most prisons over the last two years by the official prison inspectors.

Criminal Justice

Austerity is an opportunity to shrink the justice system

Will the prospect of saving billions of pounds (if Pentonville prison were closed, selling off the land to developers would probably generate several hundred million pounds alone), tempt the Chancellor and Justice Secretary to shift justice policy in a very different direction?

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