The Centre's director, Richard Garside, is speaking at People's Parliament event on Tuesday, 8 July on what a future without the police might look like. The event, organised by Strike Magazine, will be taking place in Committee Room 9, between 7.00 and 8.30 pm.
Richard Garside considers the findings from two new briefings on outcomes for young adults.
Richard Garside considers definitions of crime in the myth making process.
Our Director Richard Garside was one of more than 80 individuals and organisations who signed an open letter to the Prime Minister calling for a review of the United Kingdom's approach to illegal drugs.
The letter was organised by drugs charity Release and published yesterday as part of the Global Day of Action, to raise awareness of the harms caused by the war on drugs. It points out that in the past 15 years, over 1.5 million people have been criminalised in the UK for drugs possession.
Richard Garside reflects on the constructive tensions helping to shape the Justice Matters initiative.
On 21 May Richard Garside spoke at a 'People's Parliament' event on 'Policing, Prisons and Probation: Current and Future Agendas'. This is a write up of what he said.
Nigel Farage, the UKIP leader, gets his facts on immigation and crime from the ITV drama documentary 'Fraud Squad'.
We know this because he uses an episode broadcast in April 2012 in his full-page 'open letter' advert in today's Daily Telegraph, to back up the claim that '92% of all ATM crime in London is committed by Romanians'.
There is no getting away from the awfulness of what unfolded yesterday at Corpus Christi Catholic College. The fatal stabbing of teacher Ann Maguire was a shocking event.
A much respected public servant, committed to one of the most important responsibilities of all - educating the next generation - killed in distressing circumstances in front of a number of her students and colleagues.
We know a lot less about trends in violence than we think and our explanations for their rises and falls are not up to much either, Richard Garside argues.