Tackling prison overcrowding : Build more prisons? Sentence fewer offenders? /
Lord Patrick Carter's Review of Prisons, published in 2007, proposed the construction of vast 'Titan' prisons to deal with the immediate problem of prison overcrowding, the establishment of a Sentencing Commission as a mechanism for keeping judicial demand for prison places in line wi...
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- Introduction / Mike Hough and Enver Solomon
- The prisoners' dilemma in England and Wales / Nicola Lacey
- Building on sand : why expanding the prison estate is not the way to 'secure the future' / Carol Hedderman
- Towards more consistent and predictable sentencing in England and Wales / Jessica Jacobson, Julian Roberts and Mike Hough
- 'Titan' prisons : do size, efficiency and legitimacy matter? / Alison Liebling
- Private punishment? An examination of the expansion, development and employment relations of private prisons / Sanjiv Sachdev
- Reducing the use of custody as a sanction : a review of recent international experiences / Julian Roberts
- Where now? / Rod Morgan
- Endnote : latest developments in penal policy / Rob Allen.