Mike Guilfoyle reflects on his supervision of 'Eric'
Mike Guilfoyle remembers Sam and his path to independent living
Planned changes to community justice arrangements in Scotland look like being a political fix that will not satisfy anyone, writes former Scottish Justice Secretary, Kenny MacAskill MSP
This is the text of the speech our Director Richard Garside gave at the University of Kent on current developments in criminal justice and the legacy of the coalition
Mike Guilfoyle reflects on his meetings with Marco
Mike Guilfoyle recounts his meeting with Mark.
Mike Guilfoyle remembers his supervisory experience with Denis.
Mike Guilfoyle writes about 'Seymour' and balancing interventions
In another reflection from his time as a probation officer, Mike Guilfolye remembers 'Billy'.
Unprecendented clauses in probation contracts which guarantee private providers their projected profits in the event of early cancellation could cost the taxpayer £300-400m, reports The Guardian. This could stifle Labour's plans to repeal the outsourcing of probation services if they win next years general election.