This paper was given at a criminology seminar at the University of Oxford on October 25, 2006.
This public lecture was given by Sir Igor Judge, President of the Queen's Bench Criminal Justice Division as part of the 'New Developments in Criminal Justice' seminar series.
Chris Eades writes for the Prison Service Journal on American justice.
This article by Sean Roberts was first published in Criminal Justice Matters, No.64 Summer 2006.
Rebecca Roberts argues that the criminal justice system is incapable of solving the broader social problems that create crimes and victims. This article was published in the July 2006 issue of 'Safer Society', published by Nacro.
The 17th Eve Saville Memorial Lecture was given by Professor Danny Dorling from the University of Sheffield. The title of his lecture is 'Crime, poverty and place'.
This is a reconstruction from notes of a seminar lecture by Ken Macdonald QC, Director of Public Prosecutions looking at the future development of the Crown Prosecution Service.
This is an edited version of an article by Will McMahon that was published in Safer Society, No. 28, Spring 2006. In it Will argues that the 'antisocial behaviour' agenda will fail to heal the social wounds caused by three decades of growing poverty and inequality.
This is a copy of a speech presented by Richard Garside during a debate at an event organised by Cambridge University Student's Union on Thursday 2 March 2006.
This is an article by Richard Garside first published in the book, Social Justice: Criminal Justice (2006), by The Smith Institute.
Anne Owers, HM Chief Inspector of Prisons, spoke following the Centre’s AGM in December 2005 on ‘The State of Prisons in England and Wales’.
Richard Garside is surprised to read about John Stevens' psychic powers in the former Met Commissioner's autobiography.