In part 2 of her Review of Drugs, Dame Carol Black argues for big changes to how we commission drug treatment.
Details of the Government’s new “Beating Crime” plan
Transform Justice on what the public thinks of diversion schemes.
HMI Probation presents critical success factors for effective multi-agency work in youth offending services.
Crime stats for year to March 21 significantly affected by COVID. Big decrease in theft offset by rises in fraud & computer misuse.
Prison Reform Trust briefing on why we should focus on reducing the number of women in prison.
In part 2 of her Review of Drugs, Dame Carol Black argues for a significant increase in funding for drug treatment.
UN report charts continued rise in number of people imprisoned globally, particularly women.
Revolving Doors report finds delivering tailored interventions that meet the health and human needs of young adults can turn young people’s lives around.
A criminal justice joint inspection says better assessment, treatment and support could help break the cycle affecting too many neurodivergent people.
In part 2 of her Review of Drugs, Dame Carol Black argues that the introduction of a new central Drugs Unit is essential to co-ordinate and monitor work on drugs.
Part 2 of Dame Carol Black’s independent review of drugs concludes that the public provision we currently have for prevention, treatment and recovery is not fit for purpose.