"Young black people are nine times more likely to be locked up in England and Wales than young white people, according to Ministry of Justice analysis.
The official exploratory study also shows that young black people are more likely to be identified with “gang concerns” and be considered a risk to others when being sentenced than any other ethnic group."
Ex-offenders should be allowed to hide criminal record in job interviews, suggests report
And another leak form the Lammy report...
800 years of additional imprisonment imposed on prisoners in England and Wales last year
"Almost 800 years of additional imprisonment were imposed on prisoners found to have broken prison rules last year, as jails across England and Wales descended further into chaos.
Research by the Howard League for Penal Reform reveals today (Monday 4 September) that prisons are routinely and increasingly resorting to draconian punishments in a counter-productive attempt to regain control."
Study reveals cost benefits of Finnish anti-bullying programme
"A study by Public Health England has found that an initiative, which originated in Finland to support young people and counter the impacts of bullying, delivers a return of £1.58 for every pound invested."