‘I’m always walking on eggshells, and there’s no chance of me ever being free’: The mental health
implications of Imprisonment for Public Protection.
Latest ONS data shows no change in drug tends in England & Wales for year to March 2020
Isolation and anxiety about COVID
has had a severe impact on the mental health and wellbeing of people in the criminal justice
Director of the Prison Reform Trust Peter Dawson asks why we are so keen to spend £4bn on new prisons.
Trauma of recalled IPP prisoners revealed as population in custody almost triples in five years.
Probation Chief Inspector Justin Russell warns that the move back to a unified service will not be a magic bullet and that reforms must be backed by extra resources
New venture from Jacob Hill provides virtual shop front for prison produce
The number of adults entering treatment for crack cocaine goes up for the fifth year in a row
The latest statistics on women in the criminal justice system
Latest femicide census: “If I’m not in Friday, I might be dead”
Kevin Wong on co-production in needs assessment and sentence planning.
What do you think about the law on confiscation orders? The Law Commission is conducting a public consultation.