The Law Society Gazette reports on 15 years of Family Drug and Alcohol Courts and the parliamentary event we held to celebrate this, highlighting the success of this approach and the need for its secure and long-term funding.
Police Oracle reports on a briefing by the Centre for Justice Innovation which highlights the damaging impact of criminal justice system contact on children with special education needs and disabilities.
A feasibility study led by the Centre for Justice Innovation, in collaboration with the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, has looked at the possibility of introducing the country’s first court of its kind for 18-25 year olds.
The Express and Star reports on the feasibility study led by the Centre for Justice Innovation, in collaboration with the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, which looked into the UK's first ‘problem solving court’ for 18-25 year olds.
Our Director Phil Bowen's comment piece in The Times highlights how a national roll-out of specialist Family Drug and Alcohol Courts would help to keep more families together and reduce recurrent care proceedings.