Women in contact with the Criminal Justice System
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Research into the complexity and emotional intensity of relationships between women prisoners and staff.
The latest official data on women and the criminal justice system
Agenda Alliance calls for specialist support for girls and young women most at risk of poverty, abuse, poor mental health and contact with the criminal justice system.
The number of women and girls in prison has grown by almost 60% since 2000 while the male prison population increased by “just” 22%.
Women in Prison report shows Women’s Centres generate a nearly triple return on public investment, but that nearly half are concerned about their survival.
The national youth custody system is failing to provide very vulnerable girls with the environment and support they need.
Prison Reform Trust briefing brings together all the latest stats on women in prison.
Nuffield Trust research finds women prison face a series of challenges and risks because of barriers to accessing health and care services.
Research finds too many women in prison today were the girls in care of yesterday, and systemic failings in the wider society perpetuate this problem.
Agenda and Alliance for Youth Justice report describes the experiences of vulnerable young women in the criminal justice system and calls for urgent reform.
Prison inspectors publish a “disturbing” inspection report on HMP Foston Hall and raise serious concerns about the women’s estate.
A 10-point action plan to end inequality for Black, Asian, minoritised and
migrant women in the criminal justice system.