• Map of UK and Ireland
    Our new map of innovative justice practice projects
  • Tower blocks
    Renewing trust: How we can improve the relationship between probation and the courts
  • Window cleaners
    Putting practitioners at the heart of justice reform
  • Map of UK and Ireland
    Our new map of innovative justice practice projects
  • Tower blocks
    Renewing trust: How we can improve the relationship between probation and the courts
  • Window cleaners
    Putting practitioners at the heart of justice reform
Area of focus

Family drug and alcohol courts

Family drug and alcohol courts (FDACs) are a problem-solving court approach which improve outcomes for children involved in care proceedings. They offer an alternative way of supporting parents to overcome the substance misuse, mental health and domestic abuse problems that have put their children at risk of serious harm.
Survey

Mapping youth diversion

Supporting the use of point-of-arrest youth diversion is a key activity for the Centre for Justice Innovation. We think this is the most complete survey of provision across England and Wales.
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Practice development

How we can help

The Centre for Justice Innovation provides hands-on assistance to practitioners who work in the justice system across the UK. 
Toolkit

Valuing youth diversion

This toolkit is for any practitioner who is involved in, or considering creating, a point-of-arrest diversion scheme for young people in contact with the criminal justice system.
Blog

Learning from mapping innovation

How do you find out about something when you don’t know it’s there? How do you fill an information gap when you don’t know there is a gap in the information you have?