Helen Mills casts a critical eye over the latest proposals from the Ministry of Justice to reorganise the young adult and women's prison estate.
Professor Ed Cape is doubtful about the coalition government's commitment to important European Union protections intended to promote fair trials and the rights of suspects.
The Independent Police Commission proposals to replace Police and Crime Commissioners with greater local authority oversight deserves support, Richard Garside argues.
Rebecca Roberts highlights the parallels between criminal justice harm and violence against women.
Ed Davie reports on a new initiative in Lambeth
Richard Garside reviews the latest National Audit Office report on the electronic monitoring contracts.
There is not a policing solution to the problem of cycling road deaths in London, Will McMahon argues.
Professor Kevin Haines and Dr Stephen Case of the Centre for Criminal Justice and Criminology at Swansea University write about youth justice approach in Wales that treats young people in conflict with the law as children first, offenders second.
Charles Farrier argues that Automatic Number Plate Recognition is a threat to civil liberties.