This toolkit outlines key steps required to set up an advice and support service.
Phil Bowen reflects on the Centre's multi-jurisdictional conference on problem-solving justice.
This guide provides an overview of problem-solving court practice in the United Kingdom for practitioners and policymakers.
This toolkit has been developed to support court practitioners seeking guidance on how to improve court users’ perceptions of the fairness of court processes.
We spoke with Caroline Russell about how out of court disposals and drug diversion can improve trust and confidence in policing.
This research looks at the provision of effective advocacy to Black and Minoritised victim-survivors of domestic abuse in contact with the criminal justice system.
This reports aims to contribute to our understanding of how to effectively work with perpetrators of domestic abuse by focusing on Family Drug and Alcohol Courts.
This blog discusses how improving access to and engagement with evidence-led diversion for children and their families can assist in tackling racial disproportionality and improve community confidence in policing in London.