The Centre for Justice Innovation:  We work to reform the justice system through research, policy and practice development


OUR MISSION: We seek to build a justice system that is and feels fair,  that holds people accountable and which address the underlying problems which bring people into contact with it.


OUR HISTORY: The Centre is an initiative of the Center for Court Innovation, a not-for-profit in New York that has been at the vanguard of justice reform in the USA since 1995. In 2011, the Centre for Justice Innovation was launched and has led on advocating for and supporting justice reform with a special focus on criminal court and family courts, youth justice and practitioner-led innovation. In May 2013, the Centre was registered as a charity in England and Wales.


FUNDING: The Centre for Justice Innovation is supported by core grants from the Hadley Trust and the Monument Trust. In addition, we receive restricted grants from a range of charitable and statutory organisations to support work in specific area. Our most recent set of audited accounts can be accessed here.