COVID and the Criminal Justice System
All the latest coronavirus Stats Research Policy Responses
The Global Drug Survey’s COVID-19 survey finds that many people in the UK increased their use of cannabis and alcohol.
The ‘hidden problem’ of child and adolescent to parent violence (C/APV) has seen a significant increase in the lockdown.
Chief Inspector says continued severe regime restrictions in prisons – at times effectively solitary confinement – have created “a real risk of psychological decline among prisoners.”
User Voice report on how people in prison and on probation have experienced lockdown.
CCJS releases latest tranche of raw data from European survey of coronavirus in prison.
Run for your life CIC helps prison governors plan for a new, better, normal post-coronavirus.
Justice Committee finds that Covid-19 has exacerbated already present staffing issues within the probation service.
Policing the Pandemic is a youth-led study that provides a snapshot of young people’s views and experiences of policing during lockdown.
The importance of lived experience of prisoners to inform our responses to COVID-19
EMCDDA trendspotter briefing suggests an overall decline in some forms of drug use with many local variations.
The MEAM coalition has published interesting new research examining the flexibilities that homelessness, substance misuse, mental health and criminal justice services have put in place to support people during the Covid-19 crisis.
Fascinating insights into changes in drug and alcohol taking behaviour during the global pandemic – interim findings from Global Drug Survey.