Read and learn?

Many of us like to keep up with the latest developments in criminal justice by reading a range of blogs. Some, like mine, are mainly factual, reporting on the latest research, policy and practice. Many others focus more on analysis and commentary, arguing for what a better world should look like.

All of the blogs listed below have been recommended by readers, almost all of them are focused on the UK. I realise that Probation Quarterly and the Prison Service Journal are not strictly blogs but they are full of invaluable information for people interested in justice so I have included them anyway.

I hope you enjoy reading them and I’m happy to update the list with your recommendations. Just Send me an email.

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The BSC Blog

All about current issues on crime, criminology and criminal justice

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Clinks

The latest views and discussion from Clinks staff and guest writers

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Crest Advisory

Crime and justice specialists

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Crime Traveller

Examines crime and the criminal mind exploring crime research, criminal behaviour and the criminal brain.

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Frances Crook

Chief Executive of the Howard League for Penal Reform, provides informal comments on the issues of the day.

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Justice Gap

A magazine about law and justice - and the difference between the two.

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The Longford Trust

A Big Conversation about Second Chances

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On Probation

Jim Brown's "attempt to help explain the mysteries and magic that are part and parcel of probation".

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Police Commander

Every contact leaves a trace

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Prison Bag

In 2016 a filmmaker was jailed for 9 years. This is a family story from behind the scenes

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Prison Service Journal

HM Prison Service peer reviewed journal.

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Prison Widow UK

A platform for prison news, prisoners families and former offenders.

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Probation Quarterly

The latest insights from probation practitioners and researchers.

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The Tartan Con

The rants of an ex-prisoner

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Tom Gash

Thinking differently about crime and decision making

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Transform Justice

A national charity working for a fair, humane, open and effective justice system

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Unlocking potential

Rob Allen analyses the latest justice policy 

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