Criminals owe the taxpayer ‘nearly £2 billion’, report says
A new movie charts how Philip Zimbardo’s famous 1971 project at Stanford University in California had a devastating effect on those involved
What is needed – for so-called white-collar crime at least – is a more imaginative approach to repayment in the broadest sense. How about dispatching the exploitative Batley boss for a spell of hard labour in Hungary?
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Review commissioned by Michael Gove found extremist pamphlets and CDs in more than 10 jails in November
Two women leaving HMP Bronzefield were given tents while sleeping bags had also been handed out amid a shortage in available housing
For someone who writes for living – an opinion here, a story there – listening to a group of prisoners trying to make sense of what has happened to them through the medium of words and music is a sobering experience
Mass killer claims he is being tortured in prison by being kept in solitude
Mohammad Sakha teaches circus skills to children with learning disabilities
Incidents allegedly took place on supervised visits in the family area of the Glasgow prison
'He should be in the emergency room. But his spirit is very high he is very happy and very satisfied'
Medical staff failed to treat Joyce Curnell's serious stomach problem
Murderer uses book to claim he was framed by police
Suspect Jason Brian Dalton, 45, faces life behind bars for killing six people and wounding two others
Almost 300 inmates were kept in their cells, while staff withdrew to a 'place of safety'
Report describes ‘unacceptable levels of overcrowding’, ‘chaos’ and an overall ‘deterioration’ in standards