In a Manchester scheme, those convicted of car crimes and given intensive community orders are brought face to face with the consequences
The thought processes behind male-on-male violence and domestic abuse are similar, say experts. A new course aiming to break the link by challenging the attitudes of young males is proving successful
So scared of life on the outside was Andrew Monahan that he would drive up to police officers and tell them he had no driving license in order to be sent back behind bars
The chief inspector of prisons has described the state of women held in a special unit at a Cheshire prison as more shocking and distressing than anything he has ever seen on inspection
Sally Lindsay and Suranne Jones visited conflict-riven Congo last month where rapes and the brutality of crimes against women are described as the worst in the world
Alison Hull is having a huge chunk of her hair cut out from her scalp. A pathologist is carrying out this procedure with what Hull describes as a large pair of wallpaper scissors
Body dysmorphic disorder sufferers become worry so obsessively about their appearance that some try to kill themselves. And it affects men as well as women
Kayleigh was one of five young people in the recent documentary Poor Kids whose moving and eloquent accounts moved child poverty up the political agenda.