Criminal justice

Disability hate crime reporting

ESSS Outline

ESSS Outline disability hate crime reporting
Identifies evidence relating to the efficacy of interventions in increasing reporting of disability hate crimes and supporting people through the process of reporting, and potential areas of unmet need.

Restorative justice

Iriss.fm, Episode 188

Iriss.fm
Conversation with Ciara Webb (social worker) about her research on restorative justice.

Electronic monitoring in the criminal justice system

Insight 40

Insight 40
The emergence of new electronic monitoring (EM) technologies opens up new monitoring and surveillance possibilities to authorities, but proportionality and balancing the rights and interests of different people involved are integral to effective and ethical uses of EM. This Insight introduces the ways in which EM is currently used in Scotland, alongside international evidence and experience, to identify key issues and implications for use.

Journey through Justice

Journey through Justice

We were delighted to work with the Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice (CYCJ) to produce Journey through Justice, an online resource that will help children and young people understand the journey through the youth justice system, following being charged with an offence by the police.

The name of the resource, as well as its look and content, was devised by young people from a number of settings, working closely with CYCJ and Iriss. Claire Lightowler, Director of CYCJ, said:

Secure care in Scotland

Iriss.fm, Episode 183

Iriss.fm
Practitioners working in secure care share their experiences, hopes and priorities for the future for young people in, and on the edges of, secure care.