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Strengthening Youth Diversion

Briefing from the Centre for Justice Innovation calls on policymakers to strengthen evidence-led point-of-arrest youth diversion.

Criminal Justice

There’s an election on the horizon…

The Criminal Justice Alliance and Centre for Justice Innovation have a strategy for influencing the next generation of Police and Crime Commissioners.

Criminal Justice

Pre-court diversion for adults

The Centre for Justice Innovation finds strong evidence internationally, and moderate evidence from the UK, that pre-court adult diversion reduces reoffending.

Innovation

Criminal Justice Innovation

The Centre for Justice Innovation has just launched a new online resource, mapping innovative justice projects across the UK.

Criminal Justice

The voices of young adult defendants

The Centre for Justice Innovation piloted a procedural fairness approach with young adult offenders in Magistrates’ Courts.

Criminal Justice

Procedural fairness for young adults at court

A new court model from Centre for Justice Innovation & T2A draws upon research that has shown young adults’ brain development and maturity makes them a group distinct from both children and from fully mature adults.

Criminal Justice

Three examples of problem-solving courts

Problem-solving courts The Justice Secretary before last, Michael Gove, was very keen on problem-solving courts; the last post-holder, Liz Truss, much less so and we

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