Comment
5 November 2020

With the powerful momentum for enduring reform in criminal justice systems captured most...

Comment
30 October 2020

“They’re going grey in the face and are constantly tired and worn out. They haven’t had any...

Comment
28 October 2020

Under the tight restrictions of lockdown in prisons in England and Wales since March 2020 in...

Comment
13 October 2020

Helen Mills takes a look at the government’s sentencing proposals and the implications for the...

Comment
5 October 2020

It is several years since a government put out a White Paper on criminal justice.

Comment
2 October 2020

One of my more recent but infrequent forays into the Canadian correctional literature field was...

Comment
25 September 2020

After the drama and toxicity of the transgender debate, yesterday was something of welcome...

Comment
17 September 2020

Often when reading criminological tomes, a phrase or reference will leap out from the pages to...

Comment
15 September 2020

Lord Justice Woolf’s Prison Disturbances April 1990: Report of An Inquiry (1991) is widely...

Comment
5 August 2020

It was whilst poring over the pages of Dan Werb's unsettling book, 'City of Omens', a troubling...

Comment
5 August 2020

With the current Black Lives Matter movement in America having accelerated due to the acts of...

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31 July 2020

This week we published our latest report on the coronavirus crisis in prisons.