This article explains how the Ministry of Justice’s new bill will affect diversion and out of court disposals, and the Centre's hopes and concerns for this planned reform.
We spoke with Joanne Preston, Inspector for Deferred Prosecutions at Merseyside police about their new Deferred Prosecutions scheme.
This report documents interviews with practitioners, young people & their families on how race impacts participation with youth diversion schemes.
Imogen Cheatham, Policy Officer from the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office, explains how the New Chance Project provides the right support for vulnerable women at the very start of their contact with the criminal justice system.
This briefing provides background to youth diversion, and summarises a discussion held with leading figures from the justice system, on how to put youth diversion on a more mainstream footing.
This briefing makes the case for an ambitious plan to expand the Community Sentence Treatment Requirements programme, outlined in the Government Sentencing White Paper.
This briefing sets out a better vision of how electronic monitoring can be deployed in England and Wales.
We spoke with Katy Swaine Williams, research and policy consultant, who has been working to support the development of a new problem-solving approach in London for women in contact with the criminal justice system.