Comment
2 September 2014

Mike Guilfoyle recounts his meetings with 'Steve'

Comment
20 August 2014
Zoe Ellis, Research and Policy Assistant, discusses the themes that arose from the discussions that took place at our recent event at HMP Grendon.
Comment
18 August 2014
Dr Mary Corcoran discusses the market revolution in criminal justice which is the focus of the September issue of Criminal Justice Matters
Comment
13 August 2014
Rebecca Roberts, Senior Policy Associate at the Centre, argues that women should be central to challenging gender violence, inequality and criminal justice harm.
Comment
6 August 2014
Last week was the first meeting for Alternatives to Custody in Europe, one of the Centre's latest projects. Helen Mills, Research Associate at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, outlines some of definitional issues in this work.
Comment
30 July 2014

Becky Clarke and Kathryn Chadwick of Manchester Metropolitan University call on all women - not just those with an interest in criminal justice - to work together to empower women, resist injustice and transform lives.

Comment
29 July 2014
Mike Guilfoyle reflects on his supervisory experience with 'John'.
Comment
10 July 2014
Yesterday Chris Grayling, who is both Minister of State for Justice (dismantling the legal aid system) and Lord Chancellor (sworn to uphold the rule of law), gave evidence before the House of Commons Justice Committee. Clare Sambrook reports on what Grayling had to say.
Comment
9 July 2014
Davina James-Hanman, Director of Ava, explains why our call to 'empower women, resist injustice and transform lives' is of direct relevance to the violence against women sector.
Comment
8 July 2014

Zoe Ellis, Research and Policy Assistant, describes what took place at our recent event at HMP Grendon.

Comment
2 July 2014

MIke Guilfoyle reflects on his supervisory experience with Mo.

Comment
27 June 2014

With Matt Baggott, the outgoing Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, today arguing that the force should no longer be responsible for investigating deaths during the Northern Ireland civil conflict, Maurice Punch, Visiting Professor at King's College London and the London School of Economics, discusses the prospects for an amnesty.