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Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development. (2019) Unlocking the power of data for criminal justice research, policy-making and practice. In: ACJRD 21st annual conference, 5 October 2018, Dublin.

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The Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development(ACJRD) seeks to promote reform, development and effective operation of the criminal justice system.

 

Contents:

  • Foreword from the Chairperson p.1

Maura Butler, Chairperson, ACJRD

  • Launch of Conference p.3

Aidan O’Driscoll, Secretary General, Department of Justice and Equality

  • Developing an Evidenced Based Approach using Research and Analysis: The Department of Justice’s Strategy p.7

Gurchand Singh, Chief Information Officer, Department of Justice and Equality

  • The Use of Digital Evidence in Prosecuting Crime p.12

Claire Loftus, Director of Public Prosecutions

  • Improving the Validity of International Comparisons of Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics p.22

Professor Marcelo Aebi, Vice-Director, School of Criminal Sciences, University of Lausanne

  • Getting Traction: Driving Better Criminal Justice Policy and Practice through Analytics p.23

Professor Betsy Stanko OBE, Visiting Professor UCL, City University of London and Sheffield Hallam University; Emeritus Professor of Criminology, Royal Holloway University of London

  • Balancing Precision with Momentum: Scientific Evidence and Youth Justice Reform in Ireland p.32

Professor Seán Redmond, REPPP Project, School of Law, University of Limerick

  • Data in the Criminal Justice System: Human Rights Perspectives p.41

Michael O’Neill, Head of Legal, Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission

 

WORKSHOP SUMMARIES

  • The Power and Influence of SAVI 1, and the Potential Impact of SAVI 2 p.52

Angela McCarthy, Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

  • Research and Evaluation in the Department of Justice and Equality p.54

Eoin Kelly and Natasha Browne, Department of Justice and Equality

  • Utilising Road Collision Data to Save Lives p.57

Assistant Commissioner David Sheahan, An Garda Síochána

  • Automated Law Enforcement: Challenges and Opportunities p.59

Dr. John Danaher, NUI Galway

  • The Value of Data in Offender Management p.62

Gerry McNally, Asst. Director, The Probation Service and President of the Confederation of European Probation (CEP) and Supritha Subramanian, The Probation Service

  • The Impact of Updated EU Data Protection Law on Criminal Justice Research p.64

Séamus Carroll, Department of Justice and Equality

  • Brave New World: Challenging Technical Evidence in the 21st Century p.66

Rory Staines, Michael J. Staines & Company Solicitors

  • Data Access: Contexts, Challenges and Ways Forward p.69

Dr. Deirdre Healy, University College Dublin

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Date:September 2019
Corporate Creators:Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development
Event Title:ACJRD 21st annual conference
Event Location:Dublin
Event Dates:5 October 2018
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Subjects:J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Health services, substance use research
MM-MO Crime and law > Organised crime
MM-MO Crime and law > Crime > Substance related crime
MM-MO Crime and law > Criminality > Youth (juvenile) offending
MM-MO Crime and law > Crime prevention
MM-MO Crime and law > Law enforcement and the justice system
MM-MO Crime and law > Justice system > Community anti-crime or legal assistance programme
R Research > Research outcome > Policy implications of research
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland

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