• Young people sat on a wall
    Podcast of ‘Equal diversion?: Racial disproportionality in youth diversion' launch event now available
  • Palace of Westminster
    This briefing series is a guide for implementing the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
  • Statue of Justice
    This report makes the case for making 'smarter' community sentences
  • Sundial
    This research report examines current practice in the youth court
  • Video call
    This practice briefing shares how FDACs have been adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Young people sat on a wall
    Podcast of ‘Equal diversion?: Racial disproportionality in youth diversion' launch event now available
  • Palace of Westminster
    This briefing series is a guide for implementing the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
  • Statue of Justice
    This report makes the case for making 'smarter' community sentences
  • Sundial
    This research report examines current practice in the youth court
  • Video call
    This practice briefing shares how FDACs have been adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic
Statement

Building trust requires action, not words

The Centre's Director, Phil Bowen, responds to the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report.
Report

Equal diversion? Racial disproportionality in youth diversion

This report documents interviews with practitioners, young people & their families on how race impacts participation with youth diversion schemes.
Briefing

Delivering a Smarter Approach: Electronic Monitoring

This paper sets out how to create a fresh, smarter approach to electronic monitoring.
Briefing

Delivering a Smarter Approach: Community Sentence Treatment Requirements (CSTRs)

The briefing welcomes the expansion of Community Sentence Treatment Requirements (CSTR) programme.
Online module

Youth Diversion Effective Practice Award

This free online learning tool for youth diversion, has been developed by the Centre for Justice Innovation.
Briefing

Family Drug and Alcohol Courts: An Innovative Approach to Family Justice

This briefing explains how Family Drug and Alcohol Courts (FDAC) offer an alternative way of dealing with care proceedings.