At the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, we understand the role that collaboration and knowledge sharing plays in achieving meaningful change.
In July, we announced two new monthly webinar series: Last month in criminal justice and Lunch with…
Our latest bulletin, sent out on 30 July 2021.
At the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, we place great weight on our contribution to the wider movement for change.
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.
The High Court today ruled that the prison service was acting within the current law by housing some male prisoners who identify as women in women's prisons.
At the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, we envisage a society less dominated by criminalisation and punishment, because we find better ways to prevent and address the problems we face.
News this week that the prisons inspectorate has resumed full inspections is very welcome.
A new report from the government’s scientific advisors on COVID-19 in prison is very clear.
The heavy price being paid by prisoners from the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown is well-documented.
Richard Garside cited as co-author in recent peer reviewed article on prisoner vulnerability by lead author, Professor Paul Bebbington.
Co-authored with Paul Bebbington, Sally McManus, Jeremy W. Coid, Terry Brugha and Richard Garside, 'The mental health of ex-prisoners: analysis of the 2014 English National Survey of Psychiatric Morbidity' is the first...