Drones play a big part in locating missing persons and tracking down criminals. Automated Number Plate Recognition technology has been extended.
Posts Tagged: Rehabilitation
My plan not only involves bringing offenders to justice but also deterring them from reoffending.
Phillip Lee: The Birmingham prison scandal. And why it’s time to roll back the frontiers of PFI in our public services
We spend £251 billion each year on outsourcing and contracting without evidence that this is a good deal for taxpayers.
James Frayne: Healthcare, crime and justice, quality retirement and the provinces. Four priorities for the Centre-Right
It ought to be focused on those areas that the public really care about and where it can meaningfully offer useful policy ideas.
The majority of those who leave prison will be convicted of new crimes within a year – that is a shameful failure.
Children lose out, and there’s a knock-on elder care, too.
Whether Truss’s inspiration is May on policing or Gove on schools, the only way ahead is a challenging radicalism.
All prison and probation services should be fully devolved to Police and Crime Commissioners.
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.
The first wave of PCCs proved their critics wrong. The second wave must seek to expand their role.
The Justice Secretary’s speech offers hope for those who want to see lower crime, and lives put back on track.
A blanket ban may seem disproportionate, but is necessary to stay ahead of the chemists and suppliers who deal in these substances.
“So you don’t arrive at a decision because you’re a barrister and therefore you favour the bar or because you’re a solicitor and therefore you favour the solicitors’ firms.”
Today we are announcing new contracts with private and voluntary providers to ensure that no new offender will be left stranded with no help when they leave prison.
Cameron says that too many politicians have offered “easy answers”. True. So where are the hard ones?
As next May draws nearer, no political party is yet facing up to the scale of challenge of deficit reduction.