Publications

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Tuesday, 24 October, 2017

This briefing explores the police response to serious questions about the rationale, legitimacy and conduct of their undercover operations in political groups and protest movements, and the progress of the public inquiry into this matter

Wednesday, 27 September, 2017

This briefing assesses local enforcement strategies related to rough sleepers, highlighting the choices being made between coercion and provision to meet needs

Friday, 28 July, 2017

Professor Mike Nellis scrutinises the chaotic attempts by the Ministry of Justice to commission a new generation of satellite-enabled tags for monitoring those under a criminal sanction in England and Wales

Monday, 26 June, 2017

The sixth in an annual series by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, supported by The Hadley Trust, assessing year-on-year developments in criminal justice across the UK.

Friday, 26 May, 2017

This UK Justice Policy Review Focus scrutinises some key manifesto pledges in the area on the police, prisons and drugs policy

Wednesday, 10 May, 2017

Former Ministry of Justice lead on women in the criminal justice system, Liz Hogarth OBE, calls for an end to the 'out-dated concept of prison for women', in this important assessment of justice policy over the past decade

Wednesday, 26 April, 2017

In this report Matt Ford presents data on a range of issues facing people in the London borough of Islington to inform the community plan for the closed Holloway prison site.

Monday, 19 December, 2016

In this briefing, Roger Grimshaw reviews and assess the United Kingdom's approach to preventing torture and mistreatment in custody

Monday, 25 July, 2016

This briefing by David Ellis and David Whyte is the second of two briefings the Centre has published on public attitudes to questionable conduct by the state, corporations and individuals.

Tuesday, 3 May, 2016

In this Briefing, Dr David Ellis and Professor David Whyte reveal the results of a survey that finds widespread public disquiet at collusive relationships between government and big business.

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