This evidence review by Dr Lucy Baldwin, Senior Lecturer and researcher at De Montford University, reviews the current evidence base of maternal imprisonment and the impact of this imprisonment on the children affected.
Supporting families of people in prison and on probation
This evidence review by Jane Dominey, Sophie Ellis and Caroline Lanskey from the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, reviews the current evidence base on the impact of criminal justice involvement on the families of people in prison and on probation.
Engaging people with convictions
In this evidence review, Kevin Wong, Reader in Community Justice and Associate Director, Criminal Justice, at the Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (PERU), Manchester Metropolitan University provides an in-depth look at the issue of engaging people with convictions.
Peer mentoring in the criminal justice system
This evidence review by Dr. Gill Buck, Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Chester, assesses the current evidence base of peer mentoring in the criminal justice system – to which she is an important contributor.
A window of opportunity
Understanding the needs and experiences of pregnant women and new mothers in contact with the criminal justice system in the community in England