In September 2020, Revolving Doors announced a strategic partnership with the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) National Support Bureau, to promote a new approach to police-led diversion that serves to break the cycle of crisis and crime.
This report demonstrates how the issues of poverty, trauma and policing interact for young adults aged 18-25. It argues that there is significant scope for extending our understanding of how different forms of inequality come together in young adults’ 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 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.