Prisoners with disability – human rights and disability rights, a seminar by ALHR’s Natalie Wade

On Monday 8 August 2016 the La Trobe Law School welcomed the Disability Rights Chair of the Australian Lawyers for Human Rights, Natalie Wade, to present a seminar to students on prisoners with disability and the criminal justice system. Natalie… Continue Reading

Can Statistics Lie? How the Risk Matrix 2000 Influences Criminal Justice Outcomes in the UK

David J Cooke La Trobe Law School Glasgow Caledonian University

Since the mid-nineties, the judiciary system in the United Kingdom has utilised a tool called the ‘Risk Matrix 2000’ (RM2000), to determine whether an individual convicted of a crime will be likely to reoffend if given the opportunity. The outcomes… Continue Reading