There has, of course, been only one main news topic this week and this edition of the Week in Justice includes what details there are in the public domain about how prisons are preparing for Coronavirus.
There is also a breakdown of spending commitments on criminal justice made in the budget, another disappointing CRC inspection report and the latest knife crime sentencing data.
Don't miss an in-depth report by Crest Advisory on British Muslims' attitudes to the police, extremism and the Prevent programme.
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The Week in Justice is kindly sponsored by specialist prison photographer Andy Aitchison.
Lucy Frazer has made a statement on preparedness to deal with coronavirus in prisons.
Prisons in England and Wales bring in measures to deal with "unprecedented" challenges.
Advice and guidance for all court and tribunal users.
Inmates making masks and hand sanitiser to ease shortages are among most vulnerable to Covid-19, prison reformers warn
The main CJ spending commitments from this week's budget
Little evidence of positive improvement in a prison where violence had once again risen.
Yes, this is prison, but not as we know it.
A spate of deaths of people serving indeterminate prison sentences has led to calls for such sentences to be revoked.
Denying a history of female prisoners in its own right fosters a stagnation in the discipline.
Report raises concerns over high levels of self-harm and use of force at Morton Hall
For the third time in a week, the probation inspectorate has rated all four components of a CRC's case supervision as inadequate.
A Flourish data visualisation by Russell Webster
New research from Crest Advisory into what British Muslims think about policing, extremism and the Prevent programme
Rob Allen hands down his verdict on two decades of the new youth justice system.
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