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Is the new law on knife crime a blunt tool?
Is the new law on knife crime a blunt tool?
Knife crime has risen for the first time in four years, following statistics released by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), with 26,370 knife crime offences recorded during 2...
20/08
2015
Emma Plummer

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Knife crime in numbers
Knife crime in numbers
‘The number of recorded knife crim...
20/08
2015
Emma Plummer
Prison education – how viable are Gove’s plan...
Prison education – how viable are Gove’s plans?
Michael Gove’s recent speech on tu...
11/08
2015
Emma Plummer2 comments
GPS tracking of offenders sees 12 months dela...
GPS tracking of offenders sees 12 months delay
Only a year ago, the then Justice Secret...
06/08
2015
Emma Plummer
Is there a place for apps in alcohol recovery...
Is there a place for apps in alcohol recovery?
The use of technology in enabling people...
28/07
2015
Reoffending in London (part 2) – adult offend...
Reoffending in London (part 2) – adult offenders
Earlier this week we took a look at the ...
24/07
2015
Nikki Logan
Reoffending rates in London (part 1) – young ...
Reoffending rates in London (part 1) – young offenders
The landscape in which a youth offending...
22/07
2015
Nikki Logan
Restorative justice and the challenges ahead
Restorative justice and the challenges ahead
As the Restorative Justice Council (RJC)...
14/07
2015
Class A drugs tests upon arrest
Class A drugs tests upon arrest
With Essex Police launching its &lsq...
08/07
2015
NOMS reports on progress of probation and pri...
NOMS reports on progress of probation and prison reforms
In a foreword to its annual report and a...
30/06
2015