ADR UK-sponsored event explores the value of admin data, from Covid-19 responses to a better justice system
2 July 2020
Yesterday (Wednesday 1 July 2020), ADR UK sponsored the twelfth instalment of the Institute for Government’s Data Bites series, which explores the theme of ‘getting things done with data in government’.
Magistrates’ court dataset is first product of Data First programme available to researchers
30 June 2020
A de-identified, research-ready dataset on magistrates’ court has been deposited into the SRS as a result of the Ministry of Justice’s ADR UK-funded Data First programme. The dataset is now available to be accessed by accredited researchers.
Born into Care: New study highlights vulnerabilities of pregnant women in Wales
19 June 2020
New report using data acquired by ADR Wales reveals that pregnant women in Wales at risk of their babies being taken into care in the first year of life are more likely to have had mental health problems.
Expert team appointed to test potential of MoJ-DfE linked dataset
22 May 2020
A team of researchers led by Dr Rosie Cornish has been appointed to lead a feasibility study on the use of the MoJ-DfE linked dataset to evaluate early interventions to prevent violent crime.
Expert academics appointed to guide and champion Data First
4 May 2020
Introducing Academic Lead, Professor Andromachi Tseloni; Advisor and Champion, Professor Betsy Stanko OBE; and the Academic Advisory Group, all appointed to help the Ministry of Justice's Data First programme achieve its full potential.