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Prison

Big changes to parole

Victims will be able to request a release decision to be reconsidered in new parole system.

Criminal Justice

Recovering the assets of crime

Over £201 million of cash and assets were recovered from serious criminals last year. But how does Asset Recovery work and where does the recovered money go?

Criminal Justice

Victims’ services have a long way to go

Very patchy provision The first report on the quality of services provided to victims by all agencies within the criminal justice system was published last week

Criminal Justice

A victim’s guide to restorative justice

A victim’s guide to restorative justice is a new film for victims of crime explaining the different points in the criminal justice system where they can access restorative justice. It also tells them who they can contact if they want to make use of this approach.

On Probation

If Ellie Cumbo were justice secretary

There are a hundred things I’d like to do as my third priority, like reverse the cuts to prison budgets or fully implement the Corston review. But unless I also happened to have time-shifting superpowers, the likelihood is that I couldn’t afford any of them. But there is one more thing that’s fairly inexpensive, cannot be cast as either soft or illiberal and would finally bring a much-n

Policing

Victims’ Taskforce report

The focus for a Victims’ Law should be on access to justice – increasing victims’ confidence in coming forward and supporting them when they do, rather than on giving victims more say on the length of their perpetrator’s sentence.

On Probation

MoJ vows to do more for victims

Perhaps the most concrete of the commitments in this document is the plan to consult on a new compensation system which would mean that victims received compensation on conviction, rather than having to wait for months and years “as and when the offender is able to pay.”

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