A research paper on the impact of competition and private sector involvement in prisons. In it, Reform analyses new official data on prison performance and reoffending rates.
Police stations in London are used by just 1.9 members of the public an hour, Reform research shows.
Reform's report on Police and Crime Commissioners and the integration of criminal justice services
The transcript of Reform's conference on "Transforming policing for the 21st century" on 14 September 2012.
Conference brochure for Reform's criminal justice conference held on April 17 2012.
Transcipt from Reform roundtable with Crispin Blunt MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Prisons and Probation
The transcript of Reform-KPMG's major conference with speakers including Rt Hon Theresa May MP and Sir Hugh Orde OBE QPM
The brochure from Reform's major criminal justice conference, 21st century justice, with speakers including Damian Green MP, Helen Goodman MP and Sir Hugh Orde OBE QPM.
The police service in England and Wales is the most expensive in the world, yet it is failing to properly address both national serious crime and local policing needs. Reform's report looks at the structural changes which can improve this situation.
The report finds that the British public have become "passive bystanders", uninformed about crime and unlikely to participate in maintaining justice.
The figures show a very wide variation in urban crime rates in England and Wales with Nottingham, the highest crime urban area, recording over four times the number of selected crimes per 1,000 population as Colchester, the safest urban area.