Comment
2 July 2020

Over 60 per cent of all those sentenced to prison in England and Wales are subject to a sentence...

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1 July 2020

On Sunday it was reported that four new prisons will be built as part of a wider government...

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29 June 2020

Mass surveillance has been everybody’s idea of dystopia for a long time, at least since Orwell’s...

Comment
26 June 2020

At our final webinar on socially-distanced justice last week, Adam Elliott-Cooper of The...

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24 June 2020

Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) were first introduced in England and Wales in 2014 as...

Comment
22 June 2020

Whilst it was far from being an unexpected departure from my usual staple diet of criminal...

Comment
19 June 2020

Since the start of the coronavirus crisis we have been tracking its impact on the criminal...

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18 June 2020

I am a criminal defence investigator at APPEAL, a non-profit law practice, specialising in...

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16 June 2020

The lockdown has led to a greater volume of calls to domestic abuse helplines, causing fears...

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15 June 2020

Last year, two in every five (39 per cent) violent incidents in England and Wales were alcohol-...

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12 June 2020

"Since 1999, there have been at least double the number of black deaths in police custody than...

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10 June 2020

The months of March and April felt like an eternity as the world was changed by COVID-19, and...