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Future Courts calls for magistrates to dispense justice inside police stations at peak times – including evenings and weekends – and be put in charge of the administration of out-of-court disposals, as part of a radical drive to speed up the operation of the criminal justice system.
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.
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Glyn Gaskarth, Policy Exchange’s Head of Crime & Justice, sets out 6 ways in which the police need to change to maintain their effectiveness against a background of austerity. He proposes changes to the police estate, a greater focus on crime prevention, embracing new technology and increased collaboration with other emergency services.
Glyn Gaskarth, Policy Exchange’s Head of Crime & Justice, examines Nick Clegg’s recent speech saying that he wants fewer offenders to be sent to jail.
Glyn Gaskarth, Policy Exchange’s Head of Crime & Justice, sets out four reasons why the European Court of Human Rights was wrong to dictate that UK prisoners should be able to vote in elections.
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RT @PRASEG We're unlikely to see the raft of clean energy policy announcements a full Spending Review had been expected to trigger (summarised neatly by @ed_birkett in this graphic for @Policy_Exchange). But we are expecting the National Infrastructure Strategy worth around £100bn. pic.twitter.com/HGJ1TpNoZO