NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION: Mapping inequalities in prisoner healthcare worldwide

The Institute for Criminal Policy Research at Birkbeck, University of London is holding a free international conference over two days, 8 and 9 November 2018, on the Bloomsbury campus.

ICPR presents special screening of award-winning documentary film

On Friday night (5 October) the Institute for Criminal Policy Research (ICPR, at the School of Law, Birkbeck) presented a film screening of 'Tre Maison Dasan', an award winning documentary film about three American boys, each with a parent in prison.

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The Institute for Criminal Policy Research (ICPR) at Birkbeck, University of London has been funded by The Dawes Trust (an independent charitable trust) to undertake research examining The Role of Professional Enablers and Money Launderers in the Facilitation of Organised Fraud in the UK.

Minority youth and social integration: the ISRD-3 study in Europe and the US

Emeritus Professor Mike Hough has co-edited a new book on Minority youth and social integration: the ISRD-3 study in Europe ...

ICPR launches new publication A Human Rights Approach to Prison Management: Handbook for Prison Staff (3rd edition)

Wednesday 18 July saw the launch of the 3rd edition of A Human Rights Approach to Prison Management: Handbook ...

Report on criminal advocacy

ICPR was commissioned by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board to undertake a study of judicial perceptions of ...

World Female Imprisonment List (4th edition)

The fouth edition of the World Female Imprisonment List, published by ICPR on 9.11.17, shows that more than 714,000 women ...

Lessons from abroad for justice reform

Today sees the publication of two briefings, authored by Dr Jessica Jacobson and Helen Fair of ICPR. The briefings highlight ...