UK Justice Policy Review is a programme of activities, including reports and events, which the Centre has been running since 2010.
Under this programme, the Centre assesses year-on-year criminal justice developments across the UK.
The programme has been made possible through the generous support of The Hadley Trust.
Click here for ongoing comment and analysis on criminal justice and social welfare by the UK Justice Policy Review team.
In each edition of the UK Justice Policy Review report you will find:
- Analysis of notable criminal justice policy developments, including key debates, major initiatives and legislative changes.
- Data about the criminal justice system in the UK for the year under review and the preceding period.
- A breakdown of the year in numbers.
- A timeline of the key events.
UK Justice Policy Review brings much of this UK-wide data together in one place for the first time.
Annual UK Justice Policy Review publications
Out now: UK Justice Policy Review 6: From the General Election to Brexit
UK Justice Policy Review 1
May 2010 to May 2011
UK Justice Policy Review 2
May 2011 to May 2012
UK Justice Policy Review 3
May 2012 to May 2013
UK Justice Policy Review 4
May 2013 to May 2014
UK Justice Policy Review 5
May 2014 to May 2015
The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies will be producing at least four more UKJPR annual reports, covering the period June 2016 to May 2020.
These plans reflect the Centre’s ongoing commitment to scrutinise criminal justice developments, explain their determinants and assess their significance.
UKJPR 7, due out in early 2018, will cover developments between the June 2016 Brexit referendum and the June 2017 General Election.
The coalition years: Criminal justice in the United Kingdom: 2010 to 2015
A UK Justice Policy Review special report on criminal justice since 2010
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