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The Centre for Justice Innovation provides hands-on assistance to practitioners who work in the justice system across the UK. Having supported dozens of innovative justice initiatives, we know what it takes to get a new project off the ground (determination and bucket loads of enthusiasm) and how to ensure existing projects remain successful and sustainable.
We are always keen to hear from anyone working in the justice system who is delivering, or wants to develop their practice.
Our assistance takes many forms. We work directly with individual schemes and practitioners; facilitate practice-sharing events; coordinate cross-agency projects; and produce toolkits and practical resources.
We are funded to offer free, dedicated support packages in the following areas:
Point-of-arrest diversion for children and young people;
Point-of-arrest diversion for adults;
Family Drug and Alcohol Courts;
Criminal problem-solving courts;
Community Advice and support services;
However, we are also interested to hear about innovative practice outside these areas and will always consider whether we can offer support. We can also provide help on a fee-for-service basis.