The big story this week was how the Government intends to respond to the terrorist attacks at Fishmongers' Hall and Streatham by restricting the early release of those convicted of terrorist offences.
In other news, the National Audit Office published a damning report on the state of our prisons with the backlog of repairs currently running at just under £1 billion.
On the brighter side of life, prison inspectors published reports on two effective prisons.
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MoJ stats for the year to March 2018 reveal that adult and juvenile reoffending rates are falling.
Youth Justice Statistics for 2018/19 show that the number of first time entrants to the youth justice system fell by 18% last year.
National Audit Office very critical of prison maintenance.
HMP Standford Hill has maintained its high standards of treatment and conditions.
HMP Rye Hill, a modern training prison holding sex offenders, was found by inspectors to have remained an effective prison.
From January 2020, anyone training to become a prison officer will work towards a level 3 Custody and Detention Professional Apprenticeship.
The number of prisoners getting drug & alcohol treatment has fallen 12% in the last three years.
An acclaimed documentary film-maker was given a five-year sentence for tax fraud. He details his time behind bars in a shocking, scathing, entertaining account
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Parliamentary briefing on the policy consideration of non-custodial sentences.
The Lord Chancellor gave an update in the House of Commons about the Government response to the Streatham incident.
After Streatham attack, Boris Johnson says those already in jail may lose early release option
Ian Acheson: "It's not just the quantity of custody that needs urgent reform..."
We need families, friends, colleagues and local communities to recognise that early intervention is not ruining someone’s life but saving it, and potentially that of others, too.
Possible u-turn following pressure from women’s groups over concerns that suspects were being released without restrictions.
Ofsted-led inspection of ‘the multi-agency response to child sexual abuse in the family environment’
CJI is inviting tenders for a full outcomes evaluation of the CASS+ Community Advice Service