Youth offending services are providing inconsistent supervision and support to children and young people who have committed minor offences.
Social media poll predictably found Chris Grayling was ranked as the least successful Justice Secretary. But who was rated the best?
Entrenched opiate users to get daily doses of diamorphine in new Middlesbrough heroin assisted treatment programme.
The Criminal Justice Alliance and Centre for Justice Innovation have a strategy for influencing the next generation of Police and Crime Commissioners.
A new summary report by HMI Probation finds a significant performance gap between the public National Probation Service and private Community Rehabilitation Companies.
Children and young people released from young offender institutions are getting too little support in the community and are being “set up to fail”, according to a new report by the Prison and Probation inspectorates.
Grim new statistics show that 726 homeless people died in England and Wales last year, at an average age of just 45 for men and 43 for women.
More Than My Past is a national campaign showing that ex-offenders and people in recovery not only want to change and succeed – they can and do.
Probation inspectors rate South-West CRC as "requiring improvement" but find it moving in right direction after change of ownership.
Magistrates Association report finds victims dissatisfied with their experience of attending court.
The Housing First model provides housing "first" as a matter of right to people with complex needs, rather than "last" or as a reward.
The proportion of young people using cocaine is the highest for a decade.
Crest Advisory report on understanding the scale and nature of serious violence.
Probation services can create a ‘win-win’ situation by getting service users involved in improving and delivering services, according to new research from HMI Probation.
Home Office seeks to tackle knife crime and child sexual exploitation by investing in new technology.
The National Audit Office's latest progress report on the court modernisation programme finds it is behind schedule.
All Party Parliamentary Group and Howard League find women who have been victims of violence and abuse are over-represented in the criminal justice system.
Norfolk and Suffolk CRC must improve its supervision of offenders. Probation inspectors officially rate the private probation service "requiring improvement".
Chief Exec Martin Jones reports on the Parole Board's progress in improving the diversity of its members.
Staff shortages lead to probation Inspectors rating South-East and Eastern NPS division as requiring improvement.