Good research needs good data: What happens behind the scenes of data analysis?
14 October 2021
Dr Rosie Cornish of the University of Bristol gives a glimpse behind the scenes of data analysis for her research exploring whether linked administrative data can be used to evaluate interventions aimed at reducing serious violence.
Exploring defendant appearance(s) in the magistrates’ and Crown Court over time: specialisation, or (de-)escalation
25 August 2021
ADR UK Research Fellow Becky Pattinson discusses how she will use linked, de-identified data made available via the Data First programme to better understand the scale and pattern of repeat court use.
Ethnic Inequalities in the Criminal Justice System
3 August 2021
ADR UK Research Fellow Kitty Lymperopoulou discusses how her work will generate new evidence on the extent and drivers of ethnic inequalities in the Criminal Justice System in England and Wales.
What do we know about serious and organised crime and how effective is our response to it? Generating new insights using criminal courts data
26 July 2021
ADR UK Research Fellow Tim McSweeney, describes how he is using data made available via the Data First programme to examine the nature, extent and outcomes of serious and organised crime.