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Criminal Justice

Joint enterprise criminalises young BAME people

This important study demands an immediate response in the form of a rigorous review of policing and prosecution practices relating to Joint Enterprise – an issue which the House of Commons Justice Committee has already highlighted.

Criminal Justice

Ending gang violence and exploitation

Street gangs are becoming less visible in public, and more fluid in the way they organise. A key gang tactic is to exploit vulnerable people, but this problem is often hidden. This change is one of the main drivers behind this Home Office document which prioritises both reducing gang related violence and preventing the exploitation of vulnerable people by gangs by setting six new priorities.

Finally Friday

Ganging up on social media

I’ve written several times about the different uses that both criminals and law enforcement officials make of new technologies and social media in particular to

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