There's only one month to go until our all-day conference, 'Criminal justice since 2010. What happened? What next?' on Monday 23 March. It forms part of our Uk Justice Policy Review programme of activities supported by the Hadley Trust. The conference will assess the major changes to criminal justice across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland since the 2010 General Election and examine the challenges facing an incoming government following the May 2015 General Election. The conference is now fully booked and we have a waiting list in place.
In preparation we've been putting the finishing touches to The Coalition Years, a special report explaining why criminal justice developments since the May 2010 election unfolded in the way they did. It will be launched at the conference.
We've also been finalising the fourth edition of our annual UK Justice Policy Review report, which tracks year-on-year criminal justice and social welfare developments across the UK. This year's special themed section is on harms in prison, examining the data on prison safety across the UK.
So there's loads to look forward to in the coming month for anyone interested in criminal justice policy!