The Week in Justice 26 Feb 2017

Another hectic week in criminal justice headlined by the publication of the Prisons and Courts Bill which included a proposed new duty on prisons to rehabilitate, an expanded role for the inspectorate and details about court modernisation.

Liz Truss also used her "exceptional powers" to appoint Charlie Taylor as the new chair of the YJB.

Cressida Dick was appointed the first woman to lead the Metropolitan Police.

Probation inspectors found there is less rehabilitation work taking place under the new public/private system.

For those of you with a criminological bent, there's a couple of interesting reads below.

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