This briefing outlines a range of gaps, limitations and problems in how we collect data on victims in the criminal justice system and explores the impact of these data gaps on outcomes for victims.
This briefing seeks to give an overview of the current landscape of protective orders and learnings that should be considered for the implementation of the new Domestic Abuse Protection Notices and Orders, ahead of their pilots due to start in 2024.
We spoke to Roisín Briody, Policy and Commissioning Manager at MOPAC, about the Youth to Adult Hub (Transitions to Adulthood Pilot) which she has overseen since its inception.
Community Advice Manager, Michelle McGuire, outlines the journey of a client from our Community Advice service based at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court, from initial assessment to final check in. This case study offers an insight into the needs of those attending court, as well as of the support that this service offers.
We spoke with Pat Doherty about her role and how she elevates the role of children & young people and helps to support families who are involved in care proceedings.
The Centre's consultation response to the Justice Select Committee's inquiry on public opinion and understanding of sentencing.
The Centre's Director, Phil Bowen, responds to the announcement of measures to tackle the acute population pressures in adult male prisons in England and Wales, reflecting on a similar crisis in 2007.
This briefing consists of the Centre for Justice Innovation's response to the consultation launched by the Ministry of Justice on the Draft Code of Practice for Diversionary and Community Cautions.
We spoke to Police Community Support Officer Fairbanks from Humberside Police about the work she does to promote safety for sex workers in her area, and the innovative diversion course for clients of sex workers that she devised.
This paper provides an overview of the existing research regarding Family Drug and Alcohol Courts and the evidence around family treatment courts more widely.