Plenty of activity in the justice sphere this week, although no one story dominated. The Justice Committee continued taking evidence on the privatisation of the probation service while the Home Secretary announced more support for the victims of domestic abuse in court.
The fall-out from Worboys continues, with Parole Board Chief Exec Martin Jones discussing the key issue of transparency in parole decisions.
Interesting new research suggests that mindfulness-based interventions may promote wellbeing with young offenders and I was fascinated by the civil service job site's drive to recruit seven Pagan prison chaplains.
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Video of 28 Feb hearing
Jim Brown rounds-up political discussions of TR
Parole Board Chief Exec Martin Jones on more transparent decision making.
Frances Crook on New Zealand approach
The need for more research
New scoping review
Owen Bowcott interview
Women's Aid urges Amber Rudd to act
Sentencing guidelines list acid as dangerous weapon
Total since 2010
24 hours behind bars
Recruitment drive for 7 new chaplains
Prison Bag on inimitable form
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