Evidence-Based Justice Lab is a research group funded by UK Research and Innovation conducting work at the intersection of data science, psychology, and law, with a focus on the criminal justice system. It gathers data on various aspects of the criminal justice system (e.g. guilty pleas, jury decision-making, use of evidence) to examine how these aspects of the system are operating (or are likely to be operating) in practice. Evidence-Based Justice Lab does this through gathering qualitative and quantitative data both from real cases and from experimental work.
FrameWorks conducts in-depth research into public understandings on a range of social issues. From these insights, FrameWorks develops and tests language and framing strategies which will help mission-driven organisations build support for change. FrameWorks then offers practical communications advice, strategies and content.
Innovation Unit works to provide systems change for the public sector; growing and scaling the boldest and best innovations that deliver long-term impact for people, address persistent inequalities, and transform the systems that surround them. Innovation Unit’s innovation and impact formula combines decades of practical experience with recent research, to help partners design new solutions, implement them successfully and take them to scale for greater impact.