Robert Jones examines the impact of the Wrexham ‘super’ prison on north west England
Robert Jones says the debate over the Wrexham ‘super’ prison has been hijacked by promises of jobs and economic opportunities
Sophie Chambers examines the record of the four Welsh Police and Crime Commissioners a year on from their election
Robert Jones assesses how successful the claims being made for the new north Wales prison at tackling re-offending will be.
As part of the IWA’s innovative new project to debate policy in a new way David Melding looks at the question of a separate legal jurisdiction for Wales.
Tom Davies says we need an informed debate on the devolution of policing and justice to the National Assembly
Mike Hedges says that Wales should follow practice across the democratic world and give control of law enforcement to the Welsh Government
Mike Hedges says there is no easy answer to bringing greater co-ordination to the delivery of public services across Wales
Alun Michael argues that Wales needs these powers to enable a joined-up approach to tackling crime