Reform 2017 criminal justice conference: where next for criminal justice reform?

Document type
Discussion paper
Pickles, Charlotte; Haldenby, Andrew; Harwich, Eleonara
Date of publication
30 March 2017
Criminal Justice Services
Social welfare
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This conference brochure contains articles from leading figures in public services, including:

  • Rt Hon Elizabeth Truss MP, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice.
  • Paul Whittaker CBE, Crown Platform Transformation Director, Crown Prosecution Service.
  • Katy Bourne, Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner and Chair, Sussex Criminal Justice Board.

Their articles discuss a wide range of themes including the Prisons and Courts Bill, the introduction of video technology in courtrooms, violence and self-harm, and modernisation in prisons.

This brochure also includes a schedule of events from the conference.

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