We are working on the proofs of the new edition of our popular UK Justice Policy Review report series.
The latest edition, the sixth in the series, is due out in May. It will cover criminal justice developments across the UK between the General Election and the Brexit referendum.
UK Justice Policy Review has been a regular feature of our work since 2010. The work is supported by The Hadley Trust, which took a long-term view of the value of a regular series assessing criminal justice developments across the UK. We remain very grateful for their ongoing support.
With the new edition we have rethought the structure, content and design to improve the reading experience. This includes better use of infographics and the introduction of bite-size summaries of the key developments.
Here's an early proof of one of the pages, on UK policing developments.
Those familiar with our previous reports will still find the in-depth coverage of policing, courts, prisons and probation developments of the the earlier reports.
We're also holding a UK Justice Policy Review conference in June 2017: Criminal justice since Brexit.