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Future Prisons calls for the government to shut more than 30 run-down and poorly-located prisons and replace them with 12 state of the art ‘Hub Prisons’, containing up to 3,000 inmates. The new prisons would lead to huge costs savings, a reduction in reoffending rates and a better quality of life for prisoners and prison staff.
Rebooting the PC urges police chiefs not to put ‘buildings before bobbies’. The police could save money and offer a better service to the public by closing out of date police stations and opening more local police offices in shopping centres and other popular public locations.
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In this post Lord Carlile CBE QC, Liberal Democrat peer and former Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, expresses reservations about the role of judges in the ‘double lock’ authorisation process set out in the draft Investigatory Powers Bill.
Glyn Gaskarth, Policy Exchange’s Head of Crime & Justice, argues that alleged perpetrators of domestic abuse should be electronically monitored when the risk level warrants it, at the recommendation of a Judge.
Glyn Gaskarth, Policy Exchange’s Head of Crime & Justice, looks at the impact of the transfer of responsibility for the Fire and Rescue Service to the Home Office and the proposal for Police and Crime Commissioners to be able to take over governance of their local Fire and Rescue Service.
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The Evening Standard cites Glyn Gaskarth’s, Head of Crime and Justice at Policy Exchange, recommendation that empty tube ticket offices should be turned into police contact points.
BBC News cites Richard Howard, Policy Exchange’s Head of Environment and Energy, calling for greater housing efficiency and how this can create many jobs, combat fuel poverty and reduce air pollution.
The Independent cites the influence of Policy Exchange’s Future Prisonsreport – and its proposals for new “Hub” prisons – on the government’s prisons plans.
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RT @judicialpwr Paul Yowell’s new book, “Constitutional Rights and Constitutional Design”, argues that courts were not designed for the kind of moral and empirical reasoning they now routinely undertake. Leading scholars and jurists respond to his arguments: judicialpowerproject.org.uk/c… pic.twitter.com/QuuwOxEFWr