In part 2 of her Review of Drugs, Dame Carol Black says we need how research and science informs policy, commissioning and practice.
Coronavirus ‘weaponised’ by some domestic abusers as a new tool of control, and – in some cases – as an excuse or defence for abuse or homicide.
Systematic review finds there is little evidence of psychological interventions in prison reducing reoffending on release.
In part 2 of her Review of Drugs, Dame Carol Black says we need increased focus on primary prevention and early intervention.
Research into long-term prisoners’ sensory perceptions of the outside world, in
particular through hearing, seeing and smelling.
Thematic inspection finds probation service’s work with drug users “disappointing” and lacking focus and funding.
Hope Kent and Professor Huw Williams highlight the prevalence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among people in contact with the justice system, and its links with offending.
In part 2 of her Review of Drugs, Dame Carol Black says we need to divert more drug users in contact with the CJS into treatment.
Identifying opportunities arising from the creation of the new national probation service in June 2021 to improve housing outcomes for prison leavers.
In part 2 of her Review of Drugs, Dame Carol Black says our drug treatment and broader support services need rebuilding.
4,561 individuals died because of drug poisoning in 2020, the worst ever figure.
Professor Amanda Kirby summarises the evidence base around neurodiversity and sets out key lessons for those working in youth justice.