Race on the Agenda: Supplement, Special Edition (Winter 2011) Trust and confidence in the criminal justice system

Supplement Winter 2011 coverLong-term slump in BAME trust and confidence in the police assessed for further dips

Deaths in police custody, 'under-protection' of minority ethnic communities, and shocking stop and search figures all contribute to the view that the criminal justice system is not on the side of Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. Eighteen years removed from the death of Stephen Lawrence, ROTA's final Transformative Justice Project publication explores the complex issues behind trust and confidence in the criminal justice system, assessing the impact of community and institutional initiatives and making the case for a redoubled effort to (re)build BAME trust and confidence in the criminal justice system.

Download the supplement here.

File Supplement Winter 201117/12/11 3:45 pm2.37 MB


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