Our research examines how justice operates in local, national and international contexts, who has or lacks access to it, innovative approaches that seek to improve outcomes for victims, offenders and communities, and future justice challenges arising from technological and social change.

Research focus areas

  • Sentencing and punishment in criminal justice
  • Restorative and innovative practices and courts
  • Miscarriages of justice
  • International criminal justice and transitional justice
  • Procedural justice and legitimacy in criminal justice institutions
  • Redressing abuse and victimization
  • Prison operations and quality, private prisons, and prison reform