Centre for Justice Innovation

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Past Events

Breakfast Launch Event for "Better Courts"

September 9, 2013 - 8:45am - 10:00am

Phil Bowen from Centre for Justice Innovation giving a speech at the launch of the Better Courts reportPhil Bowen from Centre for Justice Innovation giving a speech at the launch of the Better Courts reportThe Centre for Justice Innovation co-hosted a breakfast launch for their new report "Better Courts: Cutting Crime through Court Innovation" with the new economics foundation (nef) in London. The report explores 4 principles to court reform and innovation. Click here for the full report.

Roundtable on Intensive Community Orders

December 13, 2012 - 11:00am - 2:35pm

Phil Bowen of Centre for Justice Innovation at the Intensive Community Orders roundtablePhil Bowen of Centre for Justice Innovation at the Intensive Community Orders roundtableThe Centre for Justice Innovation co-hosted a roundtable on the future of Intensive Community Orders with the Probation Chiefs Association last Thursday at the London Probation Trust. The roundtable aimed to identify and address challenges facing existing projects and explored key lessons for Probation Trusts wishing to develop a project of their own. Read the summary of the Centre for Justice Innovation IAC event.

Probation Research Conference

December 7, 2012 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

Aubrey Fox makes a presentation about how practitioners identify, deal with, and learn from failure.Aubrey Fox makes a presentation about how practitioners identify, deal with, and learn from failure.In partnership with the Probation Chiefs Association and a range of criminal justice academics, the Centre for Justice Innovation held a conference on how innovative probation practice can better inform and be better informed by research and evidence gathering.

Thousand Sanities’ Conference in Scotland

November 15, 2012 - 9:30am - 3:00pm

The Centre for Justice Innovation participated in a conference in November, run by the South West Scotland Community Justice Authority in Kilmarnock, Scotland. The conference was devoted to identifying potential small steps that the Authority could take to reduce crime.  The speakers shared their experiences with the criminal justice system in Scotland and reflected on different ideas that could help reduce reoffending and crime. Click here for the presentation on A Thousand Small Sanities.

New York/London Probation Exchange

October 22, 2012 - 8:15am - October 26, 2012 - 1:30pm

In October, a delegation of probation officials from London visited New York to see the Red Hook Community Justice Centre, Brownsville Community Justice Centre, and to meet with probation leaders from New York City. The focus of the visit was to provide London officials with a deeper understanding of the New York operating environment, comparing and contrasting experiences between the two cities. In turn, the New York delegation heard about new innovations from London, such as the work being done on supervising terrorists in the community, addressing domestic violence, and promoting user feedback.
Listen to Heather Munro, the chief executive of the London Probation Trust, speaking about challenges and new initiatives in probation services.

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