The 2016 Criminal Justice Alliance Awards will give prizes of £4,000, £2,000 and £1,000 to three organisations or individuals who have contributed materially to improving outcomes across the criminal justice pathway, from policing to prisons and probation, in the last 12 months. The Awards, supported for the second year by the Hadley Trust, acknowledge a ‘marked contribution to effectiveness, fairness or new models of delivery’.
Winners will be selected by a judging panel including crossbench peer Baroness Young of Hornsey, veteran legal journalist Joshua Rozenberg, Director of Anawim Joy Doal and Mark Johnson, founder and Chief Executive of User Voice. The Awards will be presented at a ceremony in central London on 17 November. A further award will also be given for the first time to a print, online or broadcast journalist (or journalists) who has made a notable contribution to a better understanding of criminal justice in the last 12 months.
Details of how to enter the CJA Awards can be found on the CJA website.
Entries are open until Friday 16 September 2016.