The challenges of complex crime and scarce resources demand that our courts innovate. By using ideas like problem-solving - addressing the reasons that people come to court - and procedural fairness - ensuring that justice is seen to be done - we can unlock a fairer, more effective justice system.
A review of the evidence on racial disparity at court and an analysis of international strategies to address the issue
No one is better placed to know how to improve the justice system than the professionals who work at the front line. But all too often, they can lack the resources to create lasting change. We work with police officers, probation officers, lawyers and others to help them develop and implement their ideas.
To be humane and effective, our youth justice system should seek to prevent young people’s future involvement in crime and help them to realise their potential. We support evidence-led solutions through practical help, sharing good practice and informing policy.