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4 June 2014

Mike Guilfoyle writes of the importance of a probation officer using professional discretion...

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3 June 2014

Governments have often had difficulty with expert advice, whether the subject (among recent...

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28 May 2014

Rebecca Roberts, Senior Policy Associate at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, details...

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27 May 2014
The UK takes a relaxed and supportive attitude to elite shooters — even though legally-held...
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23 May 2014

Barnardo’s reflection on its first two years at Cedars 'pre-departure accommodation' raises once...

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20 May 2014

Paul Gavin of Kingston University, London, argues that imprisonment for children should be...

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19 May 2014

Nigel Farage, the UKIP leader, gets his facts on immigation and crime from the ITV drama...

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19 May 2014

There are about 4,000 women in prison. Two thirds are mothers of children under 18; about a...

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16 May 2014

Mike Guilfoyle argues that building trusting relationships with service users in probation takes...

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15 May 2014

In the sixth in a series of posts in advance of this week's How Violent is Britain? conference...

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14 May 2014
In the fifth of a series of posts in advance of this week's How Violent is Britain? conference Dr...
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13 May 2014
In the fourth of a series of posts in advance of this week's How Violent is Britain? conference Dr...