The Howard League for Penal Reform’s journal was relaunched in 2016 with a new title, The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice, and a new editor, Professor Ian Loader from the University of Oxford. Statement of aims and scope The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice is an international peer-reviewed journal committed to publishing high quality theory, […]
There have been huge reductions in child arrests over the last ten years. In this blog, Claire Sands looks at how initiatives in Dyfed-Powys, including work with residential children's homes, have contributed to sustained low levels of child arrests in that area.
Our legal service works with children and young adults prison, supporting them with a wide spectrum of unmet legal need, from helping them find somewhere safe to live on release to challenging their conditions in prison.
The programme on justice and fairness will look at everyday injustice as well as procedural justice in prisons. Prison regimes are rife with everyday injustices: inconsistent processes, arbitrary decisions, bureaucratic delays, ignored complaints, poor living conditions and the lack of privacy afforded by a shared cell.