NOTA response to the House of Commons Justice Committee inquiry on Ageing prison population

NOTA has submitted a response to the Government consultation in relation to issues raised by the ageing prison population. The proportion of people in prison aged over 60 is expected to rise https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/justice-committee/news-parliament-2017/ageing-prison-population-launch-17-19/ The number of people in prison aged over 50 is projected to grow from 13,616 in June 2018, to 14,100 (3.6% increase) … Read moreNOTA response to the House of Commons Justice Committee inquiry on Ageing prison population

Attitudes research – Nottingham Trent University

Researchers at Nottingham Trent University are conducting an anonymous survey of people who work with individuals convicted of sexual offences, looking at experiences and attitudes towards this group alongside assessments of cases involving sexual crimes. This research is important as it helps us to understand the various factors that may influence our decision-making processes, and … Read moreAttitudes research – Nottingham Trent University

New Branch Chair for NOTA Northwest Branch

NOTA are delighted that the Branch Chair role for the Northwest Branch has been taken on by Dr Stephanie Kewley. Stephanie is a Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University. In coming weeks Stephanie will be leading the development of the Northwest Branch. Look out for a local training event details of … Read moreNew Branch Chair for NOTA Northwest Branch

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