With the disclosure of old and irrelevant criminal records in the spotlight, Christopher Stacey looks at how the system is unfairly holding people back
Connor Woodman reports on the latest public hearings in the Undercover Policing Inquiry
In his latest recollection of his time as a probation officer, Mike Guilfoyle remembers 'Seth'
Mike Nellis assesses the latest developments in the electronic monitoring fiasco and asks where future policy is headed
With the Undercover Policing Inquiry mired in delay and controversy, Stafford Scott asks if it will ever uncover the truth
Mike Guilfoyle remembers a supervisory experience with a positive outcome
The public inquiry into undercover policing needs to listen to the voices of those who were spied on by the police, argues Raphael Schlembach
Housing policy has long been a legal means of enforcing racism and discrimination, argues Glyn Robbins
A popular statistical technique used to analyse racial disparities risks masking more than it reveals, argues Alex Stevens
This month Mike Guilfoyle remembers 'Brando'