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Issue No: 55

Cover - Blue

From England
JR 359
DOING TIME ON PROBATION : SOME EXPERIENCES OF FAMILY MEMBERS

David Coley discusses a recent research study by Kent, Surrey and Sussex CRC Research and Policy Unit.

From the UK
JR 360
PRISON GOVERNANCE

The second part of the House of Commons Justice Committee for the Session 2019/20 - first part was JR354 in the previous edition of JR.

From the UK
JR 361
20 YEARS AFTER MACPHERSON - WHAT HAS CHANGED?

Since 1999, there have been at least double the number of black deaths in police custody than ever before - so what has changed? asks the author.

From Canada
JR 362
PRESENCE OF THE PRESENCE - A DIFFERENT WAY OF UNDERSTANDING PRISON CHAPLAINCY

Reflections from a long-serving chaplain in British Columbia.

From the UK
JR 363
"KEEP TALKING, STAY SAFE"

A rapid review of prisoners' experience under Covid-19 by The Independent Advisory Panel on Deaths in Custody.

From Ireland
JR 364
DEATHS UNDER SENTENCE: THE TERMINALLY ILL IN PRISON.

Prison is a place where deaths occur, and much more frequently than we might imagine, as the writer poignantly describes.

From the UK
JR 365

WHY DO WE STILL IMPRISON PREGNANT WOMEN?
The writers assess the latest reports of HM Chief Inspector of Prisons and the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights on the conditions in some British prisons.

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February 2021

 

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June 2021

 

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October 2021
 
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February 2022

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