Monthly Archives: July 2012

A call to action: Confronting penal excess

The footprint criminal justice occupies in our society has grown and continues to do so. We can see this simply by looking at the expansion of police, courts, prisons and probation and the number of people subjected to criminal justice … Continue reading

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Downsizing prison

The following piece is a slightly re-edited version of two blogs recently published on the Works for Freedom website: Nine prisoners a day and Downsizing prison I’ve been tracking the UK prison population since the beginning of the year to … Continue reading

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