UK Justice Policy Review
The UK Justice Policy Review is an annual series of publications tracking year-on-year criminal justice policy developments in the UK since the formation of the coalition government in May 2010.
With support from The Hadley Trust, each year's annual review covers:
- Notable criminal justice policy including key debates, major initiatives and legislative changes.
- Data about the criminal justice system in the UK for the year under review and the preceding period. Much of this data has, to our knowledge, been brought together on a UK wide basis for the first time. It includes spending, staffing, and the number of people subject to various criminal justice sanctions.
Each review focuses on the key criminal justice institutions of policing, the courts and access to justice, and prison and probation, as well as changes to the welfare system.
Publications in the series
- UK Justice Policy Review 1
- UK Justice Policy Review 2
- UK Justice Policy Review 3: out in February 2014
- UK Justice Policy Review 4: out in February 2015
You can find out more about UK Justice Policy Review, keep up to date with our progress through our blog, and download all the material and original data that features in each review at the project's website. For more information please contact Arianna Silvestri at