Not the busiest week in criminal justice with most of the attention focused on people trying to make sense of what the MoJ is planning for the probation service after last week's announcement that the private probation contracts will be ended two years early and that a new procurement exercise for the ten new English CRCs is imminent - the MoJ held two market engagement events this week.
In other news, NACRO argues that new GDPR legislation should deter employers from seeking details of criminal records at an early stage in the recruitment process.
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Jessica Mullen from Clinks
New series responding to the MoJ's consultation
When are they inspecting you?
Rob Allen on CRCs and sentencers
New prison safety statistics shocking once more
CGL's Rosie O'Carroll on PRT's exciting new initiative
First in a new series from Martin Jones
Supreme Court ruling
GDPR could help offender employment
Sentencing guidelines may affect Hillsborough & Grenfell
Independent review launched
Public health approach
To tackle crime
Yvonne Jewkes article
Mike Guilfoyle's latest probation practice post