Our long-term project guided by a simple proposition: there is always a better use for a piece of land than as a place for a prison.
The majority of those infected with coronavirus are likely to experience mild symptoms and make a speedy recovery.
At the forefront of this project are the issues of legitimacy and rights which should be addressed in the evaluation of any particular electronic monitoring (EM) system.
The sentence of Imprisonment for Public Procection (IPP) was abolished in 2012, yet more than 3,000 IPP prisoners continue to languish in custody.
We are working with partners on the theme: Is it a crime to be poor?
Joint enterprise refers to legal principles on the use of the law of complicity.
This project aims to identify the options, impacts and issues for impactful sentencing reform intended to reduce the use of short prison sentences.
We are developing a partnership with prison experts, researchers, campaigners and policy specialists, to make the case for a smaller prison system.
How is criminal justice in the United Kingdom organised? How are the various institutions held to account? What is the relationship between politics and practice? How do citizens influence these powerful institutions?