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Race Equality in the Criminal Justice System

This briefing has been produced to accompany a series of consultation events BTEG held over October and November 2011 to both launch and inform the development of its network for BAME organisations and specialist projects working with BAME communities in the CJS. The paper succinctly highlights the major issues facing BAME communities and CJS institutions with regards to disproportionately poorer outcomes for certain BAME communities in relation to key CJS outcome indicators from police relations, to sentencing through to the prison population.

Download the full report below. 

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