Consultation outcome

Lammy Review of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) representation in the Criminal Justice System: call for evidence

This consultation has concluded

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Call for evidence: analysis

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Prisoner survey

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Detail of outcome

Summary analysis of the responses to the consultation and Women’s Black and Minority Ethnic prisoner survey in response to the Lammy Review.

Original consultation

Summary

The Lammy Review will look at the way the Criminal Justice System deals with young people and adults from BAME backgrounds.

This consultation was held on another website.

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Consultation description

This is an independent review and will consider the treatment of, and outcomes for, BAME individuals within the criminal justice system in England and Wales.

It will address issues arising from the Crown Prosecution Service onwards, including the court system, prisons and young offender institutions and rehabilitation in the community.

Lammy Review: final report

Published 21 March 2016
Last updated 8 September 2017 + show all updates
  1. Call for evidence: analysis published.
  2. First published.