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Everyone admits short prison sentences are ineffective, so why do the courts still use them?
29 Apr 2018
Why is Scotland raising its age of criminal responsibility, but not England and Wales?
13 Jan 2018
The question is not why the Scottish prison population has fallen, but why it hasn’t fallen further
16 Dec 2017
Scotland – where criminal justice is part of social justice
01 Dec 2017
Scotland – a far off land of which we know too little?
24 Nov 2017
Crime reduction: are we barking up the wrong tree?
13 Oct 2017
The blame game: who bears responsibility for the rise in the prison population?
06 Oct 2017
If we don’t know why the prison population is rising, we have little hope of halting the rise
26 Aug 2017
A child’s right to a fair trial
19 Aug 2017
Why do we imprison mothers for crimes like tampering with an electricity meter?
11 Aug 2017
Most crime is committed by immature young men
22 Jul 2017
When society fails to protect children, some will turn to serious crime
06 Jul 2017