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Hamilton, Claire and Black, Lynsey (2019) An evidence review of confidence in criminal justice systems. Dublin: Department of Justice and Equality.

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This report presents the findings from a quasi-systematic review, or Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA), of the international literature in relation to public confidence in the criminal justice system, with a view to assisting with policy formation in the Department of Justice and Equality. The research sought to address a range of questions relating to: how public confidence in criminal justice systems is measured across nation states; what are the main drivers of public confidence in this regard; and, what interventions have been deployed to improve public confidence in criminal justice. In order to provide a comprehensive picture of the available evidence in this area, a range of online databases and government websites were searched using a comprehensive list of research terms.


Date:November 2019
Pages:168 p.
Publisher:Department of Justice and Equality
Place of Publication:Dublin
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Subjects:MM-MO Crime and law > Law enforcement and the justice system
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland

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