The latest Femicide Census was published this week; it remains grim but important reading with the highest yet number of 149 girls and women killed by men in 2018.
A new report from the Prison Reform Trust and Working Chance outlined the barriers to released women prisoners finding jobs.
With the new probation Target Operating Model due out soon, Clinks has published a useful update on the latest changes to commissioning of services to work with offenders.
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The Week in Justice is kindly sponsored by specialist prison photographer Andy Aitchison.
61% women were killed by their current or former partner.
Report from Prison Reform Trust and Working Chance, finds just 4% women were in employment six weeks after release from prison
The MoJ's second annual update on tackling racial disparity shows there is a lot of work still to be done.
Under pressure as children diverted from Feltham but conditions can improve if new staff recruited
After Prison is an exciting and ambitious new project from the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.
Jonathan Hall QC says there is a risk prisoners will be further radicalised behind bars
New legislation means foreign nationals, refugees and prisoners serving <12 months will be able to vote in Holyrood and local elections.
Acclaimed Channel 4 documentary on Durham Police checkpoint scheme
Commissioning of rehabilitative and resettlement services
New from Coral Sirdifield, Charlie Brooker & Rebecca Marples
The ex-convict on how his construction training scheme gives prisoners the chance to build a crime-free life on the outside
The Police Foundation on understanding public priorities, attitudes and expectations around policing.
The next step in campaign to reform joint enterprise.
Rob Allen on the impressive efforts Norway makes to promote and support prison reform beyond its borders
Come along to hear from Care UK, BEH and Inclusion (part of MPFT) about the challenging delivery of healthcare in prisons. 7 May.
Wednesday 18th March 2020 Time: 12pm - 5pm Location: Geoffrey Manton Building Tickets: Free
Wednesday 18th March 2020 Time: 5pm - 7.30pm
School of Law Roundtable Seminar. 20 tickets left. 27 Feb