The application of scientific, quantitative methods to questions of policy and practice in criminal justice
We hope you will find here results and insights that are of interest and we will add new material as that is developed. They are illustrative of the techniques involved and may well change as the simulations improve . While we have taken care to ensure sound and appropriate methodologies, simulations and projections carry inherent uncertainties, and so please bear in mind that they are not warranted for any particular purpose nor that they are free from error. In interpreting the results and comments shared on this website it is essential to understand the assumptions and limitations involved. If in doubt please consult us and we will try to help. If you use (or misuse) this information you accept full responsibility and at your own risk.
We retain copyright and, where appropriate, intellectual property. By continuing to use the website you agree to accept these conditions.
We will hold securely any contact details you have given us and may from time to time use these to provide you with information about developments and updates at Justice Episteme. We will not pass on such details to third parties without your consent.
Our website uses a number of cookies to improve your experience when using the website. We also use analytics cookies to monitor how people use the website, with a view to making improvements and making the site more useful.