Women in contact with the Criminal Justice System
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Prison Reform Trust briefing on why we should focus on reducing the number of women in prison.
Charlotte Threipland of APPEAL questions the fairness of the single justice procedure used for more than half a million low level offences a year.
New analysis of police data revealing unnecessary arrests of women.
Girls in the criminal justice system face a cliff-edge as they turn 18 as many services change or drop off all at once and leave young women vulnerable at a critical time in their lives.
HMPPS research finds brief psychological interventions for women in prison are promising, but struggle to make a difference in the face of the structural disadvantages faced on release.
Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Women are only 0.1% of the general population but 6% of the prison population.
Katy Swaine Williams of the Centre for Women’s Justice proposes a new statutory defence for survivors whose offending is driven by their experience of domestic abuse.
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Women in the Penal System launches new inquiry into the health and well-being of women in prisons.
Prison self-harm rises under lockdown, particularly for women.
New government concordat establishes a whole system approach for women in or at risk of contact with the CJS.
The latest statistics on women in the criminal justice system
Resilience, wellbeing and sustainability in women-led probation service delivery.