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Professor Brooker and Ben Ullmann highlight the current barriers to improved mental healthcare of offenders, highlight some of the most effective schemes from around the world and show how these schemes could save more than £100 million each year.
Dr Bob Golding and Jonathan McClory build on the findings of their first report – Going Ballistic – and discuss four case studies from international cities that have successfully reduced violent gun and knife crime.
Each year, in England and Wales, approximately 66,000 offenders will return to society from prison. The estimated total cost of re-offending to society is £13 billion per year. You’re Hired! investigates ways of encouraging the employment of ex-offenders, thus reducing these figures.
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Max Chambers, Head of Crime & Justice at Policy Exchange, argues that, despite a rocky start, Police and Crime Commissioners have made genuine progress in the six months they have been in position. He notes that there is emerging evidence of real change starting to happen behind the scenes, including a dramatic swing in the power relationship from central government to the local level.
Max Chambers, Head of Crime & Justice at Policy Exchange, argues that the police could save money and offer a better service to the public by closing out of date police stations and introducing technologically-enabled ‘TARDIS’ police boxes where the public could report crime, a recommendation made in recent Policy Exchange report Rebooting the PC.
Max Chambers, Head of Crime & Justice at Policy Exchange, sets out why it is too early to judge Police and Crime Commissioners. He argues that the recent criticisms of PCCs following the twitter scandal with Kent’s Youth Commissioner Paris Brown reveals nothing about what PCCs have achieved so far in their short four months in office.
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