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Justice

Our publications about justice focus not only on the constitutional settlement in Wales but also legal jurisdiction,  justice and imprisonment.

The Provision of Health and Social Care in the Adult Prison Estate: Written Evidence

The Provision of Health and Social Care in the Adult Prison Estate: Written Evidence

28 March 2019

Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre has presented the latest data on healthcare funding, deaths in prison, self-harm incidents and substance misuse to an inquiry in the National Assembly.

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Sentencing and Immediate Custody in Wales: A Factfile

Sentencing and Immediate Custody in Wales: A Factfile

16 January 2019

This report shows that a higher proportion of Wales’ overall population was serving time in prison than England for every year since 2013.

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House of Commons Welsh Affairs Committee: Supplementary Evidence

House of Commons Welsh Affairs Committee: Supplementary Evidence

10 September 2018

Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre has presented new findings on drugs, alcohol and homelessness to the House of Commons’ Welsh Affairs Committee.

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Imprisonment in Wales: A Breakdown by Local Authority

Imprisonment in Wales: A Breakdown by Local Authority

1 August 2018

This report, which reveals the most detailed picture yet of the prison population in Wales, includes two previously unseen data sets.

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Imprisonment in Wales: A Factfile

Imprisonment in Wales: A Factfile

1 June 2018

For the first time, this report gathers a range of data to reveal the performance of prisons in Wales, the status of all prisoners from Wales and where they are being held.

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Justice in Wales: Principles, Progress and Next Steps

Justice in Wales: Principles, Progress and Next Steps

1 September 2016

This report is the first output from a new line of research by the Wales Governance Centre on justice in Wales.

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Justice for Wales

Justice for Wales

1 September 2015

This is a publication by the Justice for Wales group, a gathering of lawyers who have come together in a non-partisan campaign to call for the re-establishment of a Welsh jurisdiction.

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