12th July 2002
By Gordon Barclay & Cynthia Tavares. This bulletin brings together statistical information on criminal justice collected by the Home Office and the Council of Europe.
26th March 2002
A report commissioned by the Justice Forum demands an immediate end to all Private Finance Initiative and Public Private Partnership (PPP)projects and a substantial increase in public sector capital investment in the Criminal Justice System. Report reserached and written\ by the Centre for Public Services.
19th December 2001
Detailed information on drug use in EU members states, which includes information on prisons. © European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, 2001 (www.emcdda.org)
25th October 2001
As States Struggle with Budget Crises, Governments Spend Large Sums on Economic Development Subsidies for Private Prisons. Press release from Good Jobs First in the US.
22nd October 2001
An analysis of the first two decades of Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) by the US research centre Good Jobs First questions how the US's largest private prison company can remain viable in the face of continuing operational problems and current national corrections trends modifying lengthy prison terms.
10th September 2001
The private-prison industry is in trouble. For close to a decade, its business boomed and its stock prices soared. But then reality set in.
23rd August 2001
By Dr. Heino Stover and Carl von Ossietzky. © European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, 2001 (www.emcdda.org)
12th July 2001
Good evidence-based analysis of the \ (in)effectiveness of regsitries for sex offenders. Published by the John Howard Society of Ontario (www.johnhoward.on.ca).
30th May 2001
By Gordon Barclay, Cynthia Tavares and Arsalaan Siddique. This bulletin brings together statistical information on criminal justice collected by the Home Office and the Council of Europe.
30th April 2001
In a critical breakthrough for equal treatment of prisoners with HIV, Mississippi's top prison official today announced that educational and vocational programs will soon be available to all eligible prisoners, regardless of HIV status.
Respect for rights in the penal system with prison as a last resort.