Professor Mike Hough, Emeritus Professor and Founder of Birkbeck’s Institute for Crime & Justice Policy Research (ICPR) explains how thousands of prisoners are still facing injustice, ten years after IPPs’ failings were first exposed, and endorses latest demands for action
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.
It’s 20 years today since the World Prison Brief (WPB) website was launched.