This guest blog asks what can be done to re-establish trust between communities and police service areas in London, and stop the increasing incidents of serious youth violence.
We spoke with Caroline Chapman, a police sergeant at Project Gateway about her experience a police out of court disposal scheme for young adults.
This briefing outlines what is different about the Family Drug and Alcohol Court approach, and its strengths.
We spoke with Mark McPaul, Senior Probation Officer in Sefton, about the innovative approach taken in Sefton Magistrates Court and their involvement in the Community Sentence Treatment Requirement (CSTR) pilot programme
Northamptonshire Youth Offending Service (NYOS) began holding out-of-court reviews of Youth Rehabilitation Orders (YROs) in 2014, shortly after the publication of Lord Carlile’s inquiry into the Youth Court which recommended the development of problem-solving approaches to youth justice, including components such as judicial monitoring.
In March, the Centre convened a panel to discuss the themes raised in its new research report into racial disparity in youth diversion schemes.
The Centre's Director, Phil Bowen, responds to the 2021 report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities.
This document highlights some of the main challenges currently facing the criminal justice system and provides practical innovative solutions that Police and Crime Commissioners could include in their plans upon taking office.
We spoke with Eva Thompson, a Speech and Language Therapist working for Suffolk County Council.