Mike Guilfoyle reflects on his time with 'Paterson'
Analysis and comment on current developments by the Centre's staff, supporters and associates
David Scott reports that local opponents of a new mega-prison are joining a growing campaign against the government’s prison building plans
The Prisons and Courts Bill threatens to create more pressure on people to plead guilty, whether they are or not, argues Penelope Gibbs
The undercover policing of political protest groups and social movements has generated urgent questions. But thus far few answers, argues Helen Mills
We need innovative design and the end of prison as we know it, argues Richard Rowley
Maureen Mansfield writes about a new campaign for a women's building on the Holloway prison site
Stephen Pryor offers some consequences of enshrining offender reform into law
Leandro Ayres França discusses the development of organized crime and a chaotic prison situation
Mike Guilfoyle recalls working with 'Lionel'
Susie Hulley, Ben Crewe and Serena Wright profile their research on the traumatic impact of imprisonment on women