Point-of-arrest youth diversion can reduce crime, keep communities safer, cut costs, and create better outcomes for children. In this briefing, we call on policymakers to take action to strengthen evidence-led point-of-arrest youth diversion.
In Crime & Consequence, over 65 diverse voices offer their lived and professional experience of the justice system to answer one of the most important questions in our society. Many have seen first-hand the intended and unintended effects of our criminal justice system. The wide range of insights from academics, teachers, business leaders, artists, criminal justice professionals, charity leaders and prisoners themselves explore how our society can respond to crime to tackle the causes and consequences. Their answers are practical, philosophical, emotional and revealing.
In response to the Public Family Law Group's interim report on on achieving best practice in the Child Protection and Family Justice Systems, this briefing lays out the Centre's vision, with special reference to the evidence and practice of problem-solving courts and wider problem-solving justice initiatives.
This guidance contains information about key issues in order to help you decide whether, when and how to establish a local FDAC. It is intended for a variety of stakeholders including children's services, local authority commissioners and courts.
This document highlights some of the main challenges facing the criminal justice system and provides practical innovative solutions that prospective Police and Crime Commissioners could include in their manifestos for the 2020 elections.
The purpose of this briefing is to summarise the evidence to date on the impact of pre-court diversion for adults and to draw out some promising practice principles for those working in pre-court diversion schemes.