SCCJR

Welcome to the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research

The Centre is a collaboration between the Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling and Strathclyde. The SCCJR aims to produce research that informs policy and practice and advances our understanding of justice.

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Our open letter tweet opposing @liamkerrMSP's proposal of a Whole Life Custody Bill made a few Saturday papers.

@fergus_mcneill & I oppose what Marie Gottschalk calls 'death in slow motion' sentences. The worst act of an individual shouldn't bring out the worst in us as a nation

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Steps in the right direction for Justice Journeys…Gordon Jackson QC, dean of the Faculty of Advocates: "We will ensure that this report is noted in our training programme” @MicheleBurman @Lisa_Bradley_ @TheSCCJR
https://t.co/Z8guRxDFks

SCCJR’s @DrOonaBrooks will also be on STV News at 6pm talking about the Justice Journeys research which was published today.

Look out for @DrOonaBrooks on BBC Reporting Scotland tonight at 6.30pm where she will be talking about our Justice Journeys report.

This morning @BBCRadioScot featured our Justice Journeys research. The piece includes an interview with a victim-survivor and her lived experience of the criminal justice system. Listen from 1:36 https://t.co/KsL4I2qBIk

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