Thinking ahead – early action and TBI

The scale of Traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the general population is only now beginning to be understood.  The T2A programme has published three reports on the TBI and young adult offenders: Repairing Shattered Lives: Brain injury and its implications for criminal justice (October 2012 with University of Exeter), Traumatic brain injury and offending – […]

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Sadiq Khan, shadow secretary of state for justice, praises the success of the youth justice system

“There aren’t many good news stories around in criminal justice at the moment. Prisons are in crisis, probation is in meltdown, there’s been a spate of absconds by serious and violent criminals and the legal aid system has been decimated. With less money to spend than in the past, whoever wins power in 2015 will […]

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Condition of Britain report includes focus on crime and maturity

  The focus of IPPR’s  newly-launched Condition of Britain report is how people can work together to build a good society in tough times. It sets out an ambitious agenda for social renewal across Britain covering social exclusion, housing and criminal justice.   One of the report’s chapters looks at enabling young people to have a secure transitions into adulthood, including a […]

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