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Russell Webster

Russell Webster

Criminal Justice & substance misuse expert and author of this blog.

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Comparing the main parties' plans on policing, prisons, probation, sentencing & victims.

Following my recent summaries of the main political parties’ manifesto commitments on criminal justice, I thought there might be some value in summarising the different approaches and priorities. Again, I’ve tried to be as factual as possible and not to undertake a political analysis.

The table below provides a straightforward, slightly simplistic comparison of the principal manifesto commitments of the three main parties in the areas of policing, prisons, probation, sentencing, PCCs, Victims & any other main points.

I hope you find it useful.

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