Centre for Criminal Justice Research & Partnerships
The Centre for Criminal Justice Research & Partnerships is a dynamic collaboration of academics from a broad range of disciplines who can respond in a timely and innovative way to the challenges faced by a diverse range of external partners.
There are 5 key project groups:
The Centre for Criminal Justice Research & Partnerships take a 'real world' approach to research.
We have a large number of researchers doing live projects, closely connected to those working in the criminal justice sector and the community.
We recognise the need for a responsive, timely, tailored approach to find solutions that are evidence based.
We are continually looking to build on existing relationships with those who work within the Criminal Justice sector and tailor innovative responses to challenges faced by criminal justice organisations locally, nationally and internationally.
Our work is cross-disciplinary. At the root of all research is the key aim to provide outcomes that directly inform and improve the criminal justice sector.
To find out more about the Centre for Criminal Justice Research & Partnerships please contact: CriminalJustice@uclan.ac.uk
The project aims to:
- Deliver impact on policy and practice
- Deliver world leading research
- Drive the Innovation agenda in criminal justice.
This will be achieved by:
- Providing a coherent offer driven by the needs of the sector
- Providing a 'one stop shop' for innovative solutions for the sector
- Providing a strong evidence base.