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11 February 2019

Gavin Wilkinson on how the fall of the USSR, power vacuums filled by organised crime have touched the UK Criminal Justice System and mental health services

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7 February 2019

A review of the evidence published by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, Young people, guns and knives last year has documented increases in:

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, Geraldine Brown
4 February 2019

Rona Epstein, Geraldine Brown and Sarah O’Flynn report on the numbers affected and impact of the punitive measures currently in place

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1 February 2019

Mike Guilfoyle remembers 'Albie' and a tragic incident in his past

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14 January 2019

Chris Hignett on balancing risk and prison population - acceptable ways forward

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11 January 2019

Our Research Analyst Matt Ford talks about the admission by Prisons Minister Rory Stewart about how much prison sites are really worth on the open market

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7 January 2019
This month, Mike Guilfoyle recounts his supervision of Camilla, who needed flexibility and support during probation
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13 December 2018

Our Research Analyst Matt Ford looks at the available data to assess whether media reports of a 'surge' in knife crime are accurate

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10 December 2018

Gavin Wilkinson on why trouble abroad, war, famine, and climate change will always impact upon criminal justice and mental health services in the UK

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4 December 2018

Undercover infiltration is a tactic of political policing, targeting dissent against the status quo, argues Connor Woodman

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1 December 2018

Mike Guilfoyle recounts his supervision of 'Hunter', trying to escape a violent history

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28 November 2018

Facial recognition technology is getting more accurate, but concerns remain over privacy and the potential for bias, writes Joe Purshouse