Criminal Justice Programme Research

Research is an integral part of the Foundation’s work in criminal justice, it guides the direction of the Foundation’s work and resources and it builds the evidence base for policy and practice recommendations and system change.

In March 2022 the Foundation launched Language Barriers in the Criminal Justice System, a wide-reaching series looking at the impacts of language barriers in all parts of the criminal justice system (CJS) and providing tools for change.

Please select a report to read more:

Institute for Crime and Justice Policy Research, Victim Support and the Centre for Justice Innovation

Learning & Work Institute and De Montfort University

Centre for Education in the Criminal Justice System, UCL Institute of Education

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The Criminal Justice Programme seeks to break down the language barrier to accessing justice and rehabilitation for individuals in contact with the criminal justice system for whom English is an Additional Language.