Everything you need to know about IPPs

All the latest IPP Stats Research Policy Campaigns

Time to abolish “toxic” IPP sentence

The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies calls for the “toxic” Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) sentence to be abolished as a matter of urgency.

The mental health impact of being an IPP

‘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.

The parole board and Worboys

Nick Hardwick, Chair of the Parole Board, explains how parole decisions are made and makes it clear that more transparency is desirable.