Criminal Justice Quiz Summer 2021

Russell Webster's traditional August Bank Holiday criminal justice quiz.

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Test your knowledge

Regular readers will know I punctuate the year with three Quizzes – August Bank Holiday, New Year and Easter. So here is this year’s summer offering. It’s a simple multiple choice test about anything and everything to do with the criminal justice system. I hope the sun is shining wherever you are when you test your knowledge of the CJS.

Good luck and do share your results on social media especially if you have bragging rights to announce.

#1. The Justice Committee recommended a caseload limit for probation officers - what was it?

#2. How many women in England & Wales experienced domestic abuse in the year ending March 2020?

#3. The MoJ predicts the prison population will rise by 2026 - but by how many

#4. What proportion of community orders were terminated successfully in the first quarter of 2021?

#5. What proportion of women prisoners report having a mental health problem?

#6. What proportion of male prisoners report having a mental health problem?

#7. According to the UN, how many people were in prison in the world at the end of 2019?

#8. What proportion of people in contact with the justice system are estimated to be neurodiverse?

#9. How many pregnant women are held in prison each year?

#10. What is the strapline for the new probation service?



Congratulations – you passed!

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You failed – better luck next time!

2 Responses

  1. Thank you. An interesting quiz. I shall be asking our Higher Education Criminal Justice students to complete this quiz, then ask them to research what the impact these figures will have on the criminal justice system, the agencies, victims, and offenders.

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