Our long-term project looking at how the land currently occupied by prisons might be re-developed for the benefit of local communities.
We are working with the Howard League on a project on the future of electronic monitoring (EM) in criminal justice.
This research is investigating the social distribution of homicide in the 21st century compared with existing findings for the latter part of the 20th century.
We are working with partners on the theme: Is it a crime to be poor?
This project aims to identify the options, impacts and issues for impactful sentencing reform intended to reduce the use of short prison sentences.
We are working with a network of professional groups, trade unions and civil society organisations to press for an improved structure and working arrangements for the probation service.
We have been working to encourage calm, respectful dialogue and discussion on the practical challenges of housing transgender individuals in the prison system.
UK Justice Policy Review is a programme of activities, including reports and events, which the Centre has been running since 2010.
The aim of this project is to outline a framework for determining how violence reduction for everyone can be effectively achieved.
Building on work we completed last year, we are carrying out a series of activities to further explore how antisocial behaviour (ASB) measures are being used to sanction young adults (18 to 25 year olds), particularly in areas where use of the measures is high.