The Centre's latest report, Trends in criminal justice spending, staffing and populations 2008-2009 to 2017-2018, published today, examines the real terms spending and staffing trends across the three criminal justice jurisdictions of the UK.
As well as being our organisation's founder, Dr Grace Pailthorpe was also a surgeon and artist.
Our Director, Richard Garside, will be participating in Howard League Scotland's 40th Anniversary Conference: Futures of Justice - The Next 40 Years on 22 May in Edinburgh.
On Saturday 30th March around 60 local people gathered at St George’s Church in Tufnell Park for an emergency meeting to discuss the announcement that Peabody housing association had bought the Holloway prison site and would be developing it in partnership with private property developer London Square.
We are recruiting for new Trustees to help steer the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies in the next stage of its development.
Our Director, Richard Garside, commented on public probation services in Wales after Chief Inspector of Probation Dame Glenys Stacey had praised their leadership.
Violence: prevention, public health and social justice - aims to outline a framework for determining how violence reduction for everyone can be effectively achieved. The project is being done in partnership with Unison.
The eighth edition of UK Justice Policy Review is out now, covering the period from the 2017 General Election to the summer of 2018.