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.
Rebecca Roberts comments on Angela Davis' recent lecture and abolitionist struggles.
Arianna Silvestri, Research and Policy Associate at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, explains the next steps in our European Prison Observatory project and makes a call for information.
Professor Steve Tombs of The Open University uncovers the hidden scale of work-related deaths in the UK and challenges the Health and Safety Executive to present the problem accurately in its own statistics.
Dr Ross Fergusson, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy at the Open University, reviews the government's employment policies in relation to young people. Young people do not chose dole, he argues, they are refused employment. They are amongst the earliest, worst and longest-lasting victims of recessions and collapsing labour markets. Current policies are likely to entrench, rather than address this.
Rebecca Roberts, Senior Policy Associate at the Centre, outlines some initial findings presented at a recent anti-poverty forum as part of a Joseph Rowntree Foundation funded evidence review on poverty and institutional care.