Earlier this week, the Victims' Commissioner, Dame Vera Baird QC, was in the news, arguing that there had been a "catastrophic" decline in rape prosecutions.
A couple of weeks ago, Adam Elliott Cooper of the University of Greenwich and The Monitoring Group, and Liz Fekete of the Institute of Race Relations, spoke about black lives matter, policing and the criminal justice system at one of our webinars.
At our webinar on socially distanced justice, Adam Elliott-Cooper from The Monitoring Group and the University of Greenwich spoke about the recent black lives matter mobilisations.
At our webinar on socially-distanced justice yesterday, Liz Fekete of the Institute of Race Relations argued that a focus on racial disproportionalities failed to address the real causes of criminalisation of young people.
This week's speakers considered the longer-term implications, and how a positive legacy for criminal justice might be achieved.
This week's speakers explored the political dimensions to the COVID-19 changes and the implications for criminal justice.
The government and public bodies often refuse to release the data they hold on confidentiality grounds.
This morning we held the first of three in our series of webinars tackling issues around socially distanced justice.
We're pleased to announce further details on three webinars looking at ongoing changes to criminal justice administration in light of responses to COVID-19.
In June we'll be holding three webinars on the implications of the coronavirus for the criminal justice system, in partnership with The Open University.