Public perceptions about policing: every silver-lining has a cloud

Public perceptions about policing: every silver-lining has a cloud

Public perceptions about policing: every silver-lining has a cloud Last week Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) published the results of its annual study of public perceptions of policing, conducted on their behalf by...
Policy and Insight Manager: Crest Advisory

Policy and Insight Manager: Crest Advisory

We are currently recruiting for: Policy and Insight Manager Job Description – PDF   Who are Crest Advisory? We are a growing, vibrant consultancy, specialising in criminal justice, policing and security. Based in central London, we have clients across the UK,...
Neither seen nor heard: children of prisoners

Neither seen nor heard: children of prisoners

Neither seen nor heard: children of prisoners We’ve come a long way from the days when most people genuinely believed that children should be seen and not heard. In education and social care, a huge emphasis is placed on listening to what young people have to say....
A new place to call ‘office’ –  Crest has moved!

A new place to call ‘office’ – Crest has moved!

A new place to call ‘office’ - Crest has moved! At Team Crest we may spend most of our time dashing around to see our clients, but our hard working and dedicated team still need somewhere to call ‘office’.  We loved our previous home in Covent Garden but when desk...
Welcome Sarah and good luck Marie!

Welcome Sarah and good luck Marie!

Welcome Sarah and good luck Marie!   Maternity leave is imminent for our amazing office manager, Marie, whose baby is due at the end of July. All this hot weather has made it a tough few weeks for pregnant women in the capital. Not only have the team been trying to...
Tempus Novo at Armley prison

Tempus Novo at Armley prison

Tempus Novo at Armley Prison Crest’s rewiring justice project is almost complete. One of the final parts of the puzzle has been building up some case studies setting out how, if things were done differently, the justice system might work better.   This week Manon and...
Have we taken our eye off the ball on drugs?

Have we taken our eye off the ball on drugs?

Have we taken our eye off the ball on drugs? On the face of it, there is nothing within this week’s crime statistics that would suggest we should be worrying more about drugs-related offences. While the surge in serious violence (a subject we have written about...