Our 2004/2005 Annual Report
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By the ICAR public images partnership for National Refugee Integration Forum, Community and Media Sub-Group and Funded by Immigration and Nationality Directorate, UK Home Office
The Centre has investigated changes in the contentious press coverage of asylum. The project was intended to discover if guidelines issued by the Press Complaints Commission, in the interests of public safety, were being observed.
Punishment before justice? highlights concerns arising from the expansion of financial penalties to tackle `disorderly behaviour' and issues relating to the operation of the scheme. PNDs, the briefing argues, unjustly subject recipients to punishment. They also create a new class of the semi-criminal, who face being put on the fast-track to arrest, prosecution and punishment.
Crime, persistent offenders and the justice gap begins by outlining the problem of ‘attrition’ in the criminal justice system. Attrition refers to the gap between levels of known crime and the response of the criminal justice system in terms of prosecutions, convictions and sentencing. As this paper illustrates, different understandings of known crime lead to different conclusions about the attrition rate.
Our 2003/2004 Annual Report
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Our 2002/2003 Annual Report
Our 2001/2002 Annual Report
This study starts from the recent identification of an association between offending and accommodation needs though OASys –the standardised assessment system now used by the Probation Service. It reviews available literature in order to discover what light can be shed on this association.
Our 2000/2001 Annual Report