What's going on with joint enterprise?

Joint enterprise refers to the principles governing how more than one person can be held responsible for the same crime relating to a single incident.

11 November 2021

Planning for the future

The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies has been operating without a formal strategy for over a year, with lockdown disrupting our normal planning cycle.

16 July 2021

Matt Ford at joint enterprise protest

Last week our reseach analyst Matt Ford attended the campaign organisation JENGbA's demonstration against the joint enterprise doctrine in Parliament Square. 

12 July 2021

Government still not recording joint enterprise cases

Ten years ago the House of Commons Justice Select Committee set up an inquiry into the common law doctrine of joint enterprise after concerns were raised about its operation in the courts.

13 July 2021

Joint enterprise

Joint enterprise refers to legal principles on the use of the law of complicity.