Nina Champion is the Director of the Criminal Justice Alliance and has been in this role since 2018. She began her career as a criminal defence solicitor and then ran various prevention, rehabilitation and resettlement projects for different organisations.
In this video, Nina addresses the role of trust, confidence and communications in the criminal justice process and shares how a negative experience of these can alienate victims. Giving victims a voice throughout the justice system can help practitioners gain a better understanding of victim needs. Nina discusses ways to engage with victims and co-produce services that help them to heal.
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Many victims have expressed their disappointment in the criminal justice system. Findings from the Victims Commissioner’s 2021 Victim Survey reveal that only 43% of respondents said they would report a crime again. In this video, Nina Champion, Director of the Criminal Justice Alliance gives insights into improving trust, confidence and communications in the criminal justice system. She discusses ways to give victims a voice throughout the process and better support their needs through co-production.
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