New webinar series: Last month in criminal justice

Online event via Zoom
6 October 2021 - 11:00am

Join us for our new monthly webinar, on the first Wednesday of every month. 

'Last month in criminal justice' is a new monthly discussion on recent developments in criminal justice between staff from the Centre and guests.

For this webinar, our Director, Richard Garside, and our Head of Programmes, Helen Mills, will be joined by two guests:

  • Gemma Buckland, Director of the research and advocacy consultancy, Do it Justice.
  • Katrina Ffrench, founding Director of UNJUST, a London-based organisation with a national remit that addresses discrimination within policing practices and policies. Committed to reimagining policing and promoting public safety, UNJUST is focused on disrupting the status quo. Formerly the chief executive of StopWatch, Katrina has overseen the publication of several evidenced-based reports and led a range of advocacy initiatives aimed at influencing policy and practice. Katrina has also held the vice-chair and chair positions on The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime Pan-London Stop and Search Community Monitoring Network.

Among items covered will include, a review of the key speeches from the party conference season, an update on progress of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, and a round-up of criminal justice developments over the summer.