NatCen Social Research · 7 December 2021 English

Low traffic neighbourhoods were first introduced in the 1970s in Hackney to make side roads safer for children. Since then, residential areas have been developed with various types of modal …

issue warnings (rather than fines) to first time offenders during a ‘grace period’, and take the opportunity

Children's Commissioner for England · 26 February 2021 English

Since the start of the Covid pandemic, the Children’s Commissioner’s Office has investigated and highlighted concerns about the treatment of children in secure settings. This briefing uses data collected from …

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Children's Commissioner for England · 2 January 2021 English

This report shows that the vast majority of Local Authorities do not have a sufficient grip on the drivers for youth violence in their areas, nor do they have a …

likely to have these issues than other young offenders. See our Keeping Kids Safe report for more detail likely to have these issues than other young offenders.12 The Government’s public health approach was occurring in their LA (such as number of victims/offenders, reoffences, first time entrants etc.). All bar commonly recorded were numbers of victims and/or offenders involved in youth violence crimes (Figure 1 below)

CSJ: Centre for Social Justice · 1 January 2021 English

The conditions imposed on prisoners as a result of the lockdown has exposed a pre-existing problem. Prisons in England and Wales are rooted in a pre-digital age. If this is …

per year. Employment prospects for released offenders are extremely bleak: 68  per  cent were unemployed Security Policy, psipso/psi-2014/psi-25-2014-it-security-policy local delivery of support for the families of offenders. However, while recognising the transformative local delivery of support for the families of offenders. Available online: Ofsted (2014), Resettlement provision for adult offenders: Accommodation and education, training and employment

PRT: Prison Reform Trust · 3 December 2020 English

This report explores the experiences of people recalled whilst serving IPP sentences. Its findings are based on new data provided by HM Prison and Probation Service on recalls and re-releases …

to ensure that dangerous violent and sexual offenders stayed in custody for as long as they presented of the IPP sentence:iii Some less serious offenders, given very short tariffs, have been kept in prison The Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 abolished the IPP sentence from 3 December 2019. Gender The vast majority of the IPP offenders recalled were men, with just 38 women (2.2%) recalled They said, ‘You’re not allowed to mix with known offenders and drug addicts’. The place was full of drug

Reform · 30 October 2020 English

serious crimes, to act as a deterrent to potential offenders, and to rehabilitate. Reoffending is estimated to Internet facilities may allow prisoners or offenders in the community to abuse [or harass] victims…and

CSJ: Centre for Social Justice · 1 October 2020 English

This report makes the case for a new custodial sentence served in the community. The authors consider that by using Electronic Monitoring and curfew requirements, alongside regular reviews before the …

custodial sentences for non- dangerous offenders. Keeping appropriate offenders within their homes and communities Justice 6 Foreword Prison works. It punishes offenders by depriving them of their liberty. It protects prison as we know it the right place for all offenders currently sentenced to custody? This report suggests – and cheaper – alternative for non-dangerous offenders. The proposal stems from my strong belief, following for radical improvement to the management of offenders. “Blue sky thinking” conversations with colleagues

The Migration Observatory · 24 September 2020 English

retain their UK residence rights via the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) that opened in 2019, and why they are at risk. This report updates a previous Migration Observatory report published …

considered by the Home Office Foreign National Offenders (FNO), who have been convicted either in the

Resolution Foundation · 27 August 2020 English

This briefing note is part of a three-year programme of research exploring labour market enforcement generously funded by Unbound Philanthropy. It considers the extent of non-compliance with auto-enrolment, and whether …

They are more likely to investigate repeat offenders and cases with high financial stakes , for example comply are subject to a £400 penalty Persistent offenders are issued an escalating penalty, accruing at

NatCen Social Research · 7 April 2020 English

The report brings together evidence on the prevalence of mental health problems in serving and ex-Service personnel and their families, the experiences of those suffering from mental health problems and …

(2018) compares the health needs of vulnerable offenders (military personnel and civilians) screened by

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