Feasibility of using linked dataset to evaluate early interventions to prevent violent crime
25 July 2022
In this blog, Dr Rosie Cornish of the University of Bristol describes the findings of her research. Her project team has been examining the feasibility of using the de-identified Ministry of Justice (MoJ)-Department for Education...
Funding opportunity coming soon: Using linked justice system administrative data to evaluate the impact of justice services
18 July 2022
ADR UK will soon open applications for two Evaluation Fellows to carry out an ambitious 18-month project. The Fellows will co-design and deliver evaluations to establish the effectiveness of interventions in the justice system using linked administrative data. This is a jointly led opportunity between the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Ministry of Justice (MoJ).
Funding opportunity: Experiences of the family justice system
22 June 2022
[NOW CLOSED] ADR UK is accepting applications for funding to conduct research using the newly available Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Data First family court –Cafcass linked dataset (Cafcass stands for Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service). Grants will be available for up to £145,000 for up to 15 months.
New Data First linked dataset ready to provide even more insight into the family court system
12 May 2022
As of last week, accredited researchers can apply to use the Data First family court - Cafcass linked dataset.
Exploring educational attainment patterns and criminal offending
10 May 2022
In this blog, ADR UK Research Fellow Alice Wickersham describes her work on the Ministry of Justice and Department for Education linked dataset, exploring the relationships between changes in educational attainment and criminal offending.