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What are rehabilitative adjudications?

New HMMPS research evaluates rehabilitation adjudication pilots in four English prisons and finds value in this procedural justice approach.

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Justice does not stop at the prison gates

The Howard League launches a new programme encouraging people to think differently about what happens behind bars with a briefing on procedural justice.


How fair are our prisons?

New HMPPS research on prisoner and staff perceptions of procedural justice in prison.

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Procedural fairness for young adults at court

A new court model from Centre for Justice Innovation & T2A draws upon research that has shown young adults’ brain development and maturity makes them a group distinct from both children and from fully mature adults.

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Race and distrust in the justice system

Centre for Justice Innovation report shows how BAME distrust in the justice system results in a compounding of discrimination and calls for community justice.


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