What was shown on Four Corners was cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment – if not torture.
A post-sentence regime for convicted terrorists will only keep Australians safe if an accurate assessment of risk is possible.
Case management from nurses combined with peer coaching from ex-offenders helps recently released parolees avoid the behavior that got them locked up in the first place.
Three different reasons given for using chemicals on sex offenders.
People with cognitive impairments are entitled to opportunities to engage meaningfully in society, so there must be legal reform to enable this.
Data-driven algorithms drive decision-making in ways that touch our economic, social and civic lives. But they contain inherent biases and assumptions that are too often invisible to the public.
It's time to challenge the misconceptions plaguing veterans.
It has repercussions far beyond the prison gates.
How many more black people need to die at the hands of the criminal justice system?
Why reforms to treat prisoners as 'assets' rather than 'liabilities' is a step in the right direction.
In 2015, a person took their life in prison every four days.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender inmates face violence and intimidation. And prisons are struggling to address their needs.
Almost 60% of short-term prisoners reoffend - ensuring they have a place to stay could seriously reduce that risk.
A legal wall protects private prisons from operational scrutiny.
'Terrorism incubators'? The truth is far more complex.
The screen is as close as many people get to experiencing prison. But do these dramas offer a realistic insight into life behind bars?
The EU's highest court has ruled that British prisoners can continue to be disenfranchised.
Two-thirds of released prisoners in the US are arrested again within three years. Here's how we could change that.
Books to watch the time by.
Solitary is used as a punishment but it doesn't make for better prisoners.