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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

Criminal Justice

Race and distrust in the justice system

Centre for Justice Innovation report shows how BAME distrust in the justice system results in a compounding of discrimination and calls for community justice.

Criminal Justice

Supporting youth diversion

Excellent resource from the Centre for Justice Innovation helps youth justice practitioners make the practice and financial case for youth diversion schemes.

On Probation

Making advice work for former prisoners

Centre for Justice Innovation looks at the difficulties for released prisoners in accessing advice and support on release and makes key recommendations.

Criminal Justice

Planning for problem-solving courts

Centre for Justice Innovation publishes an extremely helpful delivery plan for trialing problem-solving courts in England & Wales. Will the MoJ follow through?

Criminal Justice

The evidence on problem-solving courts

New review from the Centre for Justice Innovation finds that many (but not all) models of problem-solving courts are effective. But what will Liz Truss do?

Alcohol & Drugs

The London Family Drug and Alcohol Court

New value for money evaluation of the London Family Drug and Alcohol Court by the Centre for Justice Innovation finds each £1 spent generates £2.30 in savings.

Criminal Justice

Do we need different courts for young adults?

One of the strongest elements of this report is that it suggests a straightforward approach for piloting a young adults court which would not necessarily require a great need of financial investment.

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