Less crime, safer communities, fewer people in prison
People are spending more time in prison than is necessary. This is expensive, counterproductive and, in some cases, unjust.
Drawing on a range of sources, including public documents and interviews, this report illustrates that the Indeterminate Sentence for Public Protection (IPP) has been ill-conceived and is ultimately flawed.
This research briefing presents research on the impact of indeterminate sentencing on the prison regime.
This briefing paper shows that there are lessons to be learned from the way other jurisdictions approach long-term imprisonment.
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Everything we do is focused on achieving less crime, safer communities, fewer people in prison. We need you to act now for penal reform.