Mike Guilfoyle considers one consequence of Chris Grayling's ill-considered probation reforms
Senior police officers have failed in their duty to uphold the rule of law in their reaction to the release of Harry Roberts, argues Richard Garside.
Rebecca Daddow of Nurture Development, argues in favour of building stronger communities rather than a bigger criminal justice system or more service based interventions.
Deborah Drake, Catriona Havard, and John Muncie of the Open University's International Centre for Comparative Criminological Research discuss the methodological problems with risk prediction in criminal justice.
Toby Harris' inquiry into deaths in custody will focus on the 'vulnerabilities' of those who have died rather than the increasingly harsh conditions inside prisons, argues JM Moore.
What did the main parties say about criminal justice at conference?