Applying scientific, quantitative methods to justice policy and practice questions

Simulating Justice Systems

A core component of the wellbeing and proper governance of a country is its justice system - its approach to tackling crime, court processes, the punishment and rehabilitation of offenders, and the support it gives to victims.

The many agencies that ensure a properly functioning justice system; the police, prosecution, courts, prisons, probation, health and other social support organisations, need to work together on complex, multi-staged processes, with decisions taken by different agencies and at different times.

At Justice Episteme we are focused on using scientific and quantitative analysis, to give policy makers and organisational leaders the robust meaningful conclusions and evidence, that helps them make decisions about policy change and practice reform.

To find out more about the work we do, look at our Products & Solutions and Research pages.
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