There were two big stories in criminal justice this week.
HMPPS published a "proposed future model for probation"; a blueprint for TR2, albeit with the caveat that the new system design remains a work in progress.
The Chief Prison Inspector issued his fifth Urgent Notification, this time on HMP Bristol which he said had been in decline for years, despite being put into special measures last year.
You can also see new Justice Minister Robert Buckland's first speech.
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HMPPS has published a draft operating blueprint for the new probation system.
The Chief Inspector of Prisons triggered the urgent notification process for HMP Bristol on 11 June 2019.
but must address public protection concerns
Evaluation of the Choices, Actions, Relationships and Emotions (CARE) programme for women who have a history of violence and complex needs.
Liberty Choirs help prisoners build their futures and give them a space to feel safe in
Robert Buckland first keynote speech
Expert calls move a ‘disaster’ and expresses concerns over participants’ welfare
Digital evidence lab Sytech loses accreditation after former employee raised concerns
MoJ figures for England and Wales show there were 22,041 offences in year to March
Offences double since 2014 against gay and lesbian people and treble against trans people, Guardian analysis reveals
Krept and Konan start petition and release video calling on police to stop targeting artists
Criminal Justice Arts Alliance’s new guidance for artists and arts organisations interested in working in criminal justice settings
Latest blog from @prisonbag looks at how prisoners celebrate Eid inside
Resources for ESOL Tutors’ who work in prison
Barrister Jo Wilding's new research on the supply side of the market for immigration and asylum legal aid services.
Just for Kids Law says teenagers in County Lines cases are at risk