An unsurprisingly quiet week for new reports given the election.
We had to wait until Sunday tea-time to find out that Liz Truss has been moved on and we have a fourth Justice Secretary of the last two years: David Lidington, who got the seal of approval from respected BBC legal commentator Joshua Rozenberg.
In other news, the Howard League got in early urging the new government to tackle the issue of rapidly rising prison recalls.
Don't miss BehindBras, the story of ex-prisoner fashion entrepreneur Barbara Burton.
There is also a thoughtful, prize winning article from Sarah Anderson in the Probation Journal on the value of "bearing witness to desistance."
As ever, click on the tile for the source story.
Daily Mirror profile
New Justice Minister's website
Lingerie business to help women prisoners
Implications for reform process?
Howard League calls for change
Chief Constable Simon Cole
Sarah E. Anderson Probation Journal paper of the year
Penelope Gibbs calls for a rain check...
Inside the Kitchen at Chino Prison
Eloy Arizona (pop. 11,500) houses 6,500 prisoners
Children of Prisoners Europe launches annual campaign
Guidance produced by National Autistic Society
Closing date: 28 June