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Women and the
Criminal Justice System
– Past, Present and Future
We invite you to an important
interdisciplinary meeting on
women as victims and as
perpetrators of crime.


Date: 15 April 2016
Time: 10.00 – 18.00

Throughout the day, academic researchers and
professional practitioners will describe and analyse
the journeys women take as they engage with the
criminal justice system - from the point of being
at risk of becoming a victim or offender, through
experiences of trial, diversion and being inside and
outside of prison - using a range of statistical and
qualitative evidence.

Betsy Stanko OBE (Head of Evidence and
Insight at the Mayor’s Office for Policing and
Crime) – Women’s recorded rape allegations
by police: what is useful about ‘knowing your
Jenny Earle (Programme Director, Reducing
women’s imprisonment, Prison Reform Trust)
– Why focus on women’s imprisonment?

The event brings together the latest academic
and policy analysis to key issues concerning
women and the criminal justice system, aiming to
inform practice, stimulate academic-professional
partnerships and provide an opportunity for
The conference is organised by the Centre for
Criminology, Department of Sociology, and School
of law at the University of Essex with the Royal
Statistical Society, co-sponsored by ESRC and
Palgrave Macmillan.
The event is free and all are welcome. Lunch
will be provided with a wine reception to close
proceedings – booking information is below.

Jacqueline Gray (Middlesex University) – Rape
mythology in the courtroom

Royal Statistical Society
12 Errol Street
London EC1Y 8LX

Free event
Reserve your ticket

Charlotte Triggs OBE (Former Senior Policy
Adviser, Crown Prosecution Service) – False
allegations of sexual violence – the reality
Darrick Jolliffe (University of Greenwich) –
Paying the price for wrong decisions
Samantha Galisteo and Sumeet Sanghera
(Analytical Services, Ministry of Justice)
– Women and the criminal justice system: an
overview of Ministry of Justice statistics and
research findings
Emma Milne and Karen Brennan (University of
Essex) – “Mothers” on trial – who she is, not what
she’s done?
Sarah Day, Angela Jenner and Ruth Weir
(University of Essex) – Domestic violence:
predicting, policing & protecting

E c4crim@essex.ac.uk
u http://bit.ly/20Y8oOY

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