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Sentencing historic offenders

Sentencing historic offenders is notoriously difficult because it involves an interplay between old and new sentencing regimes. A new report sheds light on the issue.

Sentencing historic offenders

Date - 3rd October 2022
By - Russell Webster - Work with Offenders
The principal reason for the rapid growth in the number of sex offenders in our prisons over the last 10 to 15 years has been the prosecution of large numbers of perpetrators arrested for historic offences. Probably the best known example is...
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