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Criminal Justice

A 21st century justice model

Crest Advisory says a modern justice system must balance punishment and rehabilitation, not prioritise one over the other.

Criminal Justice

Rewiring justice

Sarah Kincaid of Crest Advisory says the criminal justice system is broken and we need a different model.

Criminal Justice

What is the criminal justice system for?

Crest Advisory highlights the lack of a clear vision for the criminal justice system and the need for more transparent performance measures.

Criminal Justice

Who to vote for on criminal justice?

Crest Advisory helpfully provides a clear and detailed summary of the manifesto pledges on criminal justice from the three main political parties.

On Probation

What went wrong with community sentences?

Crest Advisory analyses the decline & fall of community sentences with Magistrates’ lack of information and confidence in them a key problem, exacerbated by TR.

Criminal Justice

Latest crime statistics: behind the headlines

The heart of the problem is that the criminal justice system is not transparent. The public do not have a clear view of what is being delivered and the different agencies that make up the CJS do not understand what is happening and are not under pressure to improve.

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