Radical reforms are now needed. No government is likely to have the political capital to attempt them until Brexit has been resolved, but David Faulkner argues that this is the time to prepare the ground
The Centre's Research Analyst, Matt Ford, discusses the findings of our new report on anti-social behaviour powers and young adults.
The Female Offender Strategy is a start, says Oonagh Ryder, but we need to end any use of punishment as a response to women's needs
This month Mike Guilfoyle recounts taking a therapeutic approach to supervision
Islington Councillor Diarmaid Ward comments on the implications a landmark planning decision has for the amount of genuinely affordable housing that can be secured on any future development on the former Holloway Prison site
With our latest UK Justice Policy Review report due out later this month, Richard Garside offers an overview
If criminal sanctions have no effect on reoffending, why do we place such emphasis on prosecuting domestic abuse, asks Penelope Gibbs
Mike Guilfoyle recollects his encounter with 'Ash'
Julian Hargreaves on his analysis of statistical data at a time of heightened anxieties around terrorist attacks and police reliance on extended powers
Why continue imprisoning women when most agree that it can be the most harmful course of action, asks Alison Frater
Richard Garside assesses today's speech on prisoner employment by the Justice Secretary, David Gauke
There's more to ASB powers than Public Spaces Protection Orders, writes Helen Mills