For those in the revolving door, the police will be one of the first contacts they have with the criminal justice system. That encounter will determine whether they are drawn into the system, or diverted towards support to break the cycle of crisis and crime.
We focus on key groups of people in the revolving door who experience policing. This includes young adults, women, those experiencing race discrimination and multiple disadvantage. We also work with the police to find and scale up best practice so that people are diverted to the support that will help them change their lives.
This toolkit is a practical guide for Police and Crime Commissioners, designed to help them embed socioeconomic duty in their strategic decision-making. A socioeconomic duty aims to deliver better outcomes for people who experience socioeconomic disadvantage.Read more
This network is co-convened by Revolving Doors and the Police Foundation. It is open to all police forces in England and Wales. Meetings are held online every two months.
This series of podcasts features the New Generation Campaigners and those that work for the services designed to support them. The series is a stark reminder of the impact of disadvantage and poverty on young people. It shows the impact of the services – including the police – that have been designed to help them.