Gavin Wilkinson on how the games played between during the cold war had contributed to pushing some people into the criminal justice system
Analysis and comment on current developments by the Centre's staff, supporters and associates
It is time to close down prisons like Brixton, argues Richard Garside
In his latest reflection, Mike remembers 'Brice'
Dr Jamie Bennett introduces the latest edition of the Prison Service Journal concluding that support for rehabilitative cultures has emerged during the prison crisis
Gavin Wilkinson on how the economic turmoil in 1970s Britain contributed to pushing people into the criminal justice system and mental health services
Mike Guilfoyle recalls his supervision of 'Mason'
Roger Grimshaw examines the government consultation on a public health duty to address serious violence
Roger Grimshaw comments on the latest briefing from the College of Policing
The state exemplifies the failure to understand how structural, cultural, institutional and personal forms of racism and discrimination intersect and manifest in black people’s experience of everyday life, says Professor Gus John on the aftermath of the Macpherson Inquiry
This month Mike Guilfoyle offers a glimpse of how probation officers, in practice, supervise and help to rehabilitate those convicted of sex offences