Research and analysis

North Liverpool Community Justice Centre: Analysis of re-offending rates and efficiency of court processes

A report on the North Liverpool Community Justice Centre that brings together a range of criminal justice agencies.

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North Liverpool Community Justice Centre: Analysis of re-offending rates and efficiency of court processes

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Based on Community Justice principles, the North Liverpool Community Justice Centre (NLCJC), brings together a range of criminal justice agencies as a one-stop-shop for tackling offending in the local area.

Adding to the findings from previous evaluations of the NLCJC, this evaluation assessed the impact the court had on re-offending and the efficiency of court processes. Though the NLCJC had no impact on re-offending rates, breach rates among offenders receiving court orders there were higher than elsewhere.

The efficiency findings were mixed, providing evidence of both positive and negative performance at the court.

Published 5 July 2012