The Lammy Review: will it change outcomes in the criminal justice stsyem?

Having already written on an allied subject – the 2011 riots-[1] the Conservative government chose Labour MP David Lammy to head its inquiry into the treatment of black and ethnic minority (BAME) groups within the criminal justice system. But the government made sure the terms of reference specifically excluded the police from its remit, given the already well-known high levels of ethnic disproportionality arising from police stop and searches and arrests, which in part may explain why the Lammy Review[2] is not as hard hitting as so many had hoped.

Read the full article written by Lee Bridges on this link to the IRR website

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