Express your interest: Showcase of research findings from linked justice system, social care and education data
26 September 2023
Calling those with an interest in improving the lives of young people! We are hosting a full-day event in London on Thursday 12 October to share some new research findings on the relationship between education policy and youth...
New insight into the civil justice system enabled by data shared by Data First
4 July 2023
Accredited researchers can apply to use a new de-identified dataset sharing information from the civil justice system in England and Wales. The dataset contains information about all civil cases heard in the County Court, and property repossession claims submitted through the Possession Claim Online portal.
First two Cabinet Office-funded Evaluation Fellows to use administrative data in evaluating justice services
31 March 2023
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and ADR UK are pleased to announce two Evaluation Fellowships are underway at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). Funded by the Cabinet Office’s Evaluation Accelerator Fund, Professor Ian Brunton-Smith and Georgina Mathlin have joined MoJ to explore the feasibility of using linked administrative data to evaluate the impact of justice services. This is a jointly led opportunity by the ESRC and MoJ.
Developing trajectories of (re)-offending using UK administrative data
17 March 2023
In this blog, ADR UK Research Fellow Dr Hannah Dickson identifies five trajectories which show the different patterns of criminal offending people tend to follow throughout their lives.
Enforced alcohol abstinence: does it reduce reoffending?
9 March 2023
In this blog, ADR UK Research Fellow Dr Carly Lightowlers describes how she is using de-identified, administrative data to explore how alcohol-related treatment or monitoring requirements are being used and whether these are reducing reoffending. This project is using probation and criminal justice linked datasets made available through the Ministry of Justice Data First programme.