Read our briefing on the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill. The bill has reached the committee stage in the House of Lords, and Revolving Doors is supporting amendments on short sentences and cautions.
The Police, Crime and Sentencing (PCSC) Bill is one of the major pieces of recent legislation that has an opportunity to impact on the lives of those in the revolving door of crisis and crime. We aimed to influence two amendments to the PCSC Bill.
This report examines the key progress made in the criminal justice system in the past decade for people with mental health problems and learning disabilities. 10 years after Lord Bradley’s landmark 2009 report, it looks at what is needed now to ensure we make another decade of difference.
This document is our response to the Justice Select Committee’s consultation on the implications for access to justice of court and tribunal reforms. It focuses particularly on the impact of these reforms for digitally excluded populations.
This study of legal support gathers the perspectives of people in London with lived experience of the ‘revolving door’ of personal crisis and crime. We asked about their experiences of seeking assistance for cases that should be eligible for legal aid.
This briefing welcomes progress made since the start of our Short-sighted campaign calling for a reduction in the use of short prison sentences. The briefing also encourages people to join us in urging the Government to turn its recent warm words into firm proposals.