DDN November 2017

‘It’s unsurprising that staff are feeling demotivated’ A commissioner said to me this week, ‘We need to know what the evidence is, see good practice,...

30th July issue

 ‘We have moved on from a polarised debate and single approaches to a balanced strategy focused on outcomes, based on evidence and delivered through partnership’, says home...

9 October Issue 2006

In this issue: Once again this country’s prisons have been declared at bursting point this week, to the point where we’re looking at shipping prisoners abroad or...

20th October issue

Harnessing energy Why old tricks often work best in the internet age There’s a different energy at local events compared to national ones. Maybe it’s because...

18th May issue

When credit’s due Small steps could help cash in on long-term results ‘Because of small and avoidable money problems, people’s treatment either stalled or stopped.’ This statement...

23rd April issue

This week the new UK Drug Policy Commission launched – an event covered widely in the media. As newspapers used the opportunity to explore different aspects of...

June 2016

We’re all too familiar with the revolving door to prison. Now it seems that prison culture is to be reformed from the top, with...

Archive 2013

August issue

What price life? Why naloxone should be everyone’s business THE NALOXONE DEBATE seems to be taking a long time to come to a conclusion but the...

April issue

 Spare some change  Recovery pilot offers an all-inclusive approach  Recovery is here there and everywhere, but our cover story describes how Sefton had the chance to...