For this, our final issue in the current format, we have included some of our favourite articles from the past 26 years. There are 25 articles in total from authors such as, Reece Walters, Tim Hope, Joe Sim, David Whyte and Nina Vaswani.
cjm 102: And finally...
In this edition
Over its first 26 years, cjm has been at the forefront of informed and accessible critique
By: Richard Garside
Criminologists should challenge the tendency for research carried out under the aegis of the Home Office to serve the purposes of the current government
By: Reece Walters
The evidence in evidence-based policy making is not all it's cracked up to be
By: Tim Hope
The government has shown a lack of will to engage with the systemic failures highlighted by tragic deaths in custodial settings
By: Deborah Coles and Helen Shaw