This week's focus was on courts and sentencing. There are new guidelines for youth sentencing and early guilty pleas.
Despite more bad news about prison safety, Justice ministers were in PR mode, setting out their rationale for prison reform and court modernisation.
This week's round-up also shares an international perspective on prisons from the progressive Swedish model to the increasing US trend of charging people (or their parents) for being locked up and German attempts to deradicalise ISIS supporters via a theatre project.
There's also a fantastic job as head of commissioning at the MoJ.
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Sam Gyimah: more devolution, accompanied by more transparency
There are risks as well as efficiencies in digital courts.
Focuses on PCC commissioning & building evidence base
New guidelines published, in force from June
New Sentencing Council guidelines aim to avoid criminalising children
Provides some good care to women, but less stable than previously
Staffing pressures heightened by rising levels of violence.
Click to watch Nils Oberg, Head of Swedish Prisons & Probation, RSA talk.
File on 4. Tuesday 14 March @ 8pm. Click to listen
Staff feeling intimidated & unsafe
Andrew Aitchison has been photographing prison life since 2003.
Video of government-sponsored theatre project
In-depth article on women in prison in the US
How Californians pay-to-stay jails create a two-tiered justice system.
Philadelphia families required to pay for children's incarceration.
Mark Coles profiles the first woman to lead the Metropolitan Police.
Salary £120k. Closing date 27 March.