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Justice Secretary urged to rethink Holloway prison future

We have written to the recently appointed Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor, David Lidington, urging him to listen to the people of Islington and consider their views and needs in any future decisions about the former Holloway prison site.

The letter is signed by the Centre for Crime...

21 July 2017
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Comment on police officer numbers

The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies today welcomed news that police officer numbers in England and Wales were at their lowest level since 1985.

The news came in the latest police...

20 July 2017
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Scrap 'vanity project' tagging scheme call

Our Director, Richard Garside, today called on the Ministry of Justice to scrap its 'vanity project' GPS tagging programme, and focus its energies on more pressing problems, such as the prisons and probation crises.

His call came in response to a...

12 July 2017
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Our latest UK Justice Policy Review report out now

Since 2012, the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies has been publishing UK Justice Policy Review (UKJPR), an annual assessment of criminal justice developments across the United Kingdom.

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26 June 2017
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New UKJPR report out next week

The latest edition of UK Justice Policy Review (UKJPR) came back from the printers earlier this week. It is due for publication next Monday and will be given, free-of-charge, to all those who attend our latest UKJPR conference –...

20 June 2017
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Research fellowship

Want to investigate state and corporate power?

This is a great opportunity for someone looking to develop their critical thinking and wanting to take their first career steps with a policy and research charity.

The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies in...

5 June 2017
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Holloway Prison Visitor's Centre occupied by protesters

At 14:30 on Saturday 27th May, feminist direct action group Sisters Uncut occupied Holloway Prison Visitor’s Centre to demand that the empty space be used to support local domestic violence survivors. Eight activists entered the building via an open window, as 150 rallied outside.  One of the...

30 May 2017