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Press Release: Law and order spending down by ten per cent, new report reveals. - Spending on law and order in the UK fell by ten per cent in the first two years of Coalition government, a new report published by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies today reveals. read more ...
Press Release: G4S and Serco received over half the coalition's spending on contracted out detention and surveillance services, new report reveals - More than half the spending on private contractors by the UK Border Agency and the National Offender Management Service during the first year of the coalition government went to just two companies, a new report published by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies today reveals. The report, UK Justice Policy Review, shows that out of a total of £745 million spent between May 2010 and April 2011 one third went to G4S, who received £229 million. A further £154 million, one fifth of the total, went to Serco. The contracts covered a range of services including detention, surveillance, prisoner escort and deportation. read more ...
Press Release: Young people face a postcode lottery for their life chances, new data reveals. Embargoed until 00.01 18th July 2012 - Pioneering analysis today (18th July) proves how young people's life chances are determined by where they are born and grow up. This data has been used to develop a free-to-use website that can compare young people's life chances by postcode. read more ...
Press Release: New report challenges Coalition aim to contain prison numbers while cutting welfare. Embargo: 00.01 hours, Monday, January 23, 2012 - At a time of spending cuts and continued increases to inequality, a new report argues the prison population are likely to rise further, despite the Coalition's expressed aim to contain and manage prison numbers (1). read more ...
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