Women in contact with the Criminal Justice System
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HMPPS/NHS review highlights eight serious concerns about health and social care in women’s prisons
National Women’s Justice Coalition launch great new resource for women in contact with the justice system.
The Greater Manchester Problem Solving Courts provides a holistic approach to women on court orders.
Summer 2023 Safety in Custody statistics show massive increase in self-harm in women’s prisons
Hibiscus Initiatives research into the experiences of Black, minoritised and migrant women in contact with the justice system.
Prison “restricted status” rules for women and child prisoners are not supporting their rehabilitation and reduction of risk, but in many cases actively preventing it.
Independent Monitoring Boards highlight continued imprisonment of women on mental health grounds alone.
Agenda Alliance on women’s experiences of the police in the context of the Case report.
Julia Pitman says that women who offend as a result of coercive control are neither recognised or protected and are invisible victims.
Second PRT briefing on “invisible women” finds that the health needs of women serving long prison sentences are neglected.
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