Women in contact with the Criminal Justice System
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Two thirds of women remanded in custody are acquitted or given a non-custodial sentence.
Breakfast at Bronzefield by Sophie Campbell is an engaging and challenging first-hand account of one woman’s experiences of our prison system.
Griffins Society research finds why women face additional barriers in trying to overturn unsafe sentences.
Sophia Benedict highlights the barriers to community resettlement for foreign national women in new research for the Griffins Society.
Penal Reform International’s global report reveals gender discrimination in sentencing for drug offences.
Report from Prison Reform Trust and Working Chance, finds just 4% women were in employment six weeks after release from prison.
Agenda & Centre for Mental Health report into trauma-informed approaches for women
All Party Parliamentary Group and Howard League find women who have been victims of violence and abuse are over-represented in the criminal justice system.
A community-led and culturally informed rehabilitation model for Muslim women released from prison.
Farmer Review supports community alternatives to prison and use of technology to boost rehabilitation of female offenders
Evaluation of the Choices, Actions, Relationships and Emotions (CARE) programme for women who have a history of violence and complex needs.