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10 March 2022

I recently read a book that covers, with an impressive historical sweep, some of the tumultuous...

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16 February 2022

Systemic violence refers to emotional, psychological, and physical harm from social structures,...

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10 February 2022

"I often wondered if, stumbling upon a service user in cardiac arrest, my immediate reaction...

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7 February 2022

Last week, my colleague Helen Mills spoke at an event organised by JENGbA (Joint Enterprise, Not...

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4 February 2022

There is a lot about discussion and debate over the placement and housing of transgender...

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21 January 2022

Over the festive season I re-read a book by Mark Leech, which had not only left an indelible...

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Geraldine Brown
20 January 2022

Women very rarely commit a violent crime or pose any risk to the public, so why do about 600...

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10 December 2021

The ongoing Justice Committee inquiry into the dreadful Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP...

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7 December 2021

Finding the time to dip into esoteric criminal justice journals can be somewhat challenging, but...

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26 November 2021

"My brother's experience of the IPP sentence was one of shock, frustration, loss of control over...

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12 November 2021

Can the just administration of the law result in fundamentally unjust outcomes?

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11 November 2021

Joint enterprise refers to the principles governing how more than one person can be held...