Online panel discussion & questions: hosted by Birkbeck Institute for the Moving Image and the Institute for Crime & Justice Policy Research, School of Law, Birkbeck.
ICPR, in collaboration with the Jill Dando Institute at UCL and Perpetuity Research, are conducting a study on digital forensics.
An article by Catherine Heard on the impacts of COVID-19 on prison populations and wider justice systems worldwide has been published in a special, open access issue of the American journal Victims & Offenders.
Effective participation in criminal proceedings: principle and practice - blog by ICPR Director Jessica Jacobson
ICPR Director Professor Jessica Jacobson has written a blog for the British Society of Criminology website on "Effective participation in criminal proceedings: principle and practice."
In this searing documentary film, former prisoners, prison guard whistle-blowers and an investigative journalist paint a shocking picture of South Africa's first privatized prison, Mangaung, in Bloemfontein.
New book from ICPR: Achieving accessible justice through effective participation in courts and tribunals
Birkbeck’s Institute for Crime and Justice Policy Research (ICPR) has published a new book which examines the meanings and importance of 'effective participation' in judicial proceedings.
The World Prison Brief is 20! Roy Walmsley, its Founder and Director, reflects on the journey so far, in conversation with Catherine Heard.
Since its launch in September 2000, the World Prison Brief (hosted and published by the Institute for Crime & Justice ...
It’s 20 years today since the World Prison Brief (WPB) website was launched.