Comment
11 September 2018

Prisons, after all, are social institutions grounded in the sex binary: that one is either male or female. Transgender prisoners challenge such a binary.

The current Prison Rules state that male and female prisoners should be kept separate from each other. This is not a British idiosyncrasy.

Comment
1 September 2018

Mike Guilfoyle refects on old-style probation practices being replaced with office-based formalities

Comment
24 August 2018

JM Moore charts the troubling events at the prison since it opened in 1849

Comment
13 August 2018

You don’t hear about ASBOs anymore. That doesn’t mean anti-social behaviour powers have gone away argues Helen Mills

Comment
1 August 2018

Justice has not been blind in the aftermath of Grenfell, say Joanna Davis and JM Moore

Comment
1 August 2018

Mike Guilfoyle remembers Elias who he supported before and during trial

Comment
24 July 2018

Radical reforms are now needed. No government is likely to have the political capital to attempt them until Brexit has been resolved, but David Faulkner argues that this is the time to prepare the ground

Comment
19 July 2018

The Centre's Research Analyst, Matt Ford, discusses the findings of our new report on anti-social behaviour powers and young adults.

Comment
12 July 2018

The Female Offender Strategy is a start, says Oonagh Ryder, but we need to end any use of punishment as a response to women's needs

Comment
28 June 2018

This month Mike Guilfoyle recounts taking a therapeutic approach to supervision

Comment
22 June 2018

Islington Councillor Diarmaid Ward comments on the implications a landmark planning decision has for the amount of genuinely affordable housing that can be secured on any future development on the former Holloway Prison site

Comment
14 June 2018

With our latest UK Justice Policy Review report due out later this month, Richard Garside offers an overview