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A day in the life of a probation officer

There was an immediate emotional resonance for me, albeit with a culturally distinctive tone, after reading Caroline O'Nolan's sociologically insightful...

By 
Mike Guilfoyle
2 August 2016
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Magistrates' courts' and Crown Court expenditure, 1999-2009

Rises in spending on the magistrates' courts and the Crown Court in the past ten years pose difficult choices for the coalition government, according to a report published by Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. Magistrates' courts' and Crown Court expenditure 1999-2009 highlights the following:...
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Roger Grimshaw and Helen Mills, with Arianna Silvestri and Felicia Silberhorn-Armantrading
21 September 2010
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Lessons for the Coalition: an end of term report on New Labour and criminal justice

New light is shed on the challenges facing the coalition in reforming the criminal justice system, with the publication of a report by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. In a collection of essays by leading thinkers and commentators, the report Lessons for the coalition , critiques the many...