Mike Guilfoyle remembers Joey
Analysis and comment on current developments by the Centre's staff, supporters and associates
Criminalisation and criminal justice responses are the cause of more harm than good, argues Richard Garside
Sarah Brooks-Wilson offers further considerations for the treatment of school absence as education and youth justice become closer
Helen Mills suggests that a broader perspective is needed when tackling increasing prison numbers
Criminal justice reformers should be influencing the development of electronic monitoring, argues Professor Mike Nellis, rather than leaving it to right-leaning think tanks
Stephen Crossley presents his research into the 'morally compromised' Troubled Families programme.
Mike Guilfoyle recalls his supervisory time with 'Des'
A social care worker with experience of the Troubled Families programme expresses frustration at a government policy that is 'a waste of public funds'.
Government and opposition are more comfortable with the failed criminal justice policies of the past than developing ones relevant to today, argues the Centre’s director Richard Garside
Will McMahon and Rebecca Roberts explore the government's penal reform agenda