Building up these vital links can both help individuals to reform and prevent their children following them into the prison system.
Posts Tagged: Crime & anti social behaviour
The Information Commissioner should provide stronger guidance to ensure councillors are not obstructed from fulfilling their role.
Danny Kruger: Prison drugs policy is itself like an addict. Always chasing a higher high – with diminishing returns.
We won’t tackle the problem until prisoners have something better to do with their time than smoke themselves into another world.
Without sufficient staff and resources, governors will find it impossible to deliver the programmes prisoners need to avoid recidivism.
Call that white flight if you like. Call it “white avoidance” if you must. I prefer to call it civilised, bourgeois, suburban safety.
A comprehensive programme could both greatly reduce avoidable incidents and speed the rehabilitation of offenders.
I have met with colleagues from neighbouring forces to discuss collaborative working.
Modern technology and training are needed for effective policing.
I’ve dealt with everything from cyclists in pedestrian areas to a multi-million pound contract to improve IT systems.
Charlie Elphicke: We must counter people-trafficking and terror threats in the English Channel now. Here’s how.
Recall the navy. Send for marines. Learn from France’s willingness to deploy armed guards. Bring in a New Dover Patrol.
Academic selection provides both an incentive to play by the rules that will stand children in good stead in later life – and a means of escaping those who don’t.
It has run badly out of control, but by drawing lessons from past mistakes it could still help to protect future vulnerable people.
Are there not already enough rules in place for those who represent a genuine nuisance?
Councillors, as well as MPs, have been subjected to threats and violence.
Philippa Stroud: Reforming prisoners, strengthening society. At last, here is a plan to make jail an engine of social justice
Dame Sally Coates’s review, published this week and accepted yesterday by Michael Gove, sets out the right forward.