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Showing Stories from 9th July 2020 to 17th November 2022
Construction begins on UK's first all-electric prison

Construction begins on UK's first all-electric prison

(09/11/22) A UK-first, the prison will based at Full Sutton in East Yorkshire and is expected to create over 600 jobs.

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(10/10/22) Women's centres: a cost-benefit analysis (04/10/22) Offenders in probation hostels to face compulsory drug testing (31/08/22) £24m dedicated to support female offenders
How technology is affecting County Lines drug dealing

How technology is affecting County Lines drug dealing

(01/08/22) Creative uses of new technologies are enabling county lines gangs to stay one step ahead of law enforcement.

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(28/07/22) First women's community custody unit set to open (29/06/22) Parole hearings to be heard in public for the first time (21/06/22) Enormous court backlogs a fundamental challenge to justice (20/06/22) Barristers vote for walk outs as Bar Council issues warning on court closures (16/06/22) Specialist rape courts to be piloted (13/06/22) MoJ to end Friday prison releases for most vulnerable
How Durham's Checkpoint scheme is reducing reoffending

How Durham's Checkpoint scheme is reducing reoffending

(23/05/22) Durham's Checkpoint scheme has received praise from the government and is beginning to be adopted by other forces.

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(10/05/22) Prisoners are building eco-homes across the South-West (09/05/22) Director of Prison Reform Trust on prison capacity and longer sentences (06/05/22) From policing to NGO: the officers moving to support victims (04/05/22) More than 650,000 outstanding community service hours in Scotland (29/04/22) Charity to provide essential services to prison leavers released on Friday (21/04/22) Court sitting day limit lifted again (14/04/22) Reoffending projects given government funding (14/04/22) Interpreting in the Criminal Justice System: the row over qualifications (13/04/22) Academic study shows co-offenders are likely to turn on each other (12/04/22) Barristers take action over legal aid funding concerns (18/10/21) Problem-solving courts for women (24/05/21) Government announces new offender rehabilitation contracts (19/04/21) Innovative ideas for Police and Crime Commissioners (18/12/20) How are our courts coping with the backlog? (29/07/20) New chief to lead national cyber security centre (23/07/20) BlueLight Commercial appoints police fleet and aviation head (09/07/20) How can people be rehabilitated if they are homeless?
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