Centre's director in the New York Times

The Centre's director, Richard Garside, was quoted in the New York Times last week.

The article explores the effects of austerity on policing in the UK, where police are increasingly being used to deal with the rising numbers of non-crime-related emergency calls in the context of fewer officers and sustained budget cuts since 2010. Additionally, social services have suffered...

6 February 2019

Rough sleeping: enforcement and austerity

This briefing assesses local enforcement strategies related to rough sleepers, highlighting the choices being made between coercion and provision to meet needs
27 September 2017

Criminal justice in times of austerity

This an abridged summary of a paper presented to the 'Policing the crisis' conference organised by Defend the Right to Protest

15 November 2015