Charlotte Smith goes behind bars to visit a farm within a prison at HMP North Sea Camp.
What happens when we abandon a place? Aleks explores abandon both on and offline.
In this edition of a series of programmes on justice, Harry Potter examines deterrence.
Bobby Cummines, chief executive of UNLOCK, says ex-offenders need jobs to reduce crime.
An expose of firms offering to produce fake papers to enable migrants to get into the UK.
Melanie Abbott asks how the law can deal with burglary victims who attack their intruders.
Who will be on top in the world of future crime - the cops or the criminals?
Emma Jane Kirby investigates Ken Clarke's promised "rehabilitation revolution".
Former prisoner turned entrepreneur, Curtis Blanc, says prison only works if you let it.
When our cities, our homes or our bodies suffer damage, how can design help?
Winifred Robinson follows the fortunes of violent and damaged youngsters.
Chris Ledgard visits New York to explore the origins of zero tolerance policing.
Mukul Devichand investigates who can be extradited to face trials abroad.
Ex-convicts tell intimate stories of how they renounced lives of crime.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the controversial law of joint enterprise.
Craig has spent most of his life locked up: can he finally put his offending behind him?
Marjorie Lambert talks about how her foster daughter shattered her life.
Mary Ann Sieghart talks to a man who killed a young mother in a road accident in 1989.
Jonathan Izard attempts to come to terms with killing a man in a road traffic accident.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by David Aaronovitch.
Richard Weight asks why prison policy is so difficult to unlock and if anyone has the key.
The teams are given just one day to find ways to stop criminals reoffending.
Robyn Scott argues that accepting more risk will improve public services.
An investigation into how lethal lorries posing a danger to the public remain on the roads
The Sunshine laws and endemic payola.
An examination of the causes of the dramatic fall in crime over the last 20 years.
Joshua Rozenberg examines new medical insights into the criminal mind.
Claims corrupt staff are behind the bulk of drugs and phones causing chaos in prisons.
Destination UK: Uncovering the back door route for migrants trying to get into the UK.
Have major changes to the probation system put the public at risk?
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