Resources from our Towards Justice policing and criminal justice work in 2020-21, which is exploring policing and criminal justice approaches to addressing historical wrongs in society, with the aim of promoting successful and enduring reconciliation and the pursuit of wider social justice. We are drawing on the ideas and experience of police officers at all levels, with input from academics and research students, policymakers and community representatives.

In 2021, we are hosting three free, public webinars in January and February 2021, on topics relating to this project, with high-profile guest panellists and live question-and-answer sessions. Each webinar is accompanied by an independent briefing document, written by our freelance Research Associate, Professor Martina Feilzer. These discussions pave the way for the 2021 Cumberland Lodge Police Conference, Towards Justice: Law Enforcement & Reconciliation, taking place online in June.

Key findings and recommendations from our independent research, webinar panels and the summer conference will be consolidated into a Cumberland Lodge Report, to be published later this year and launched in Westminster, London. Further resources relating to this work will be published here in due course, including guest blog posts, webinar recordings, podcasts, briefing documents and our final report.

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