The dawn of the internet and mass proliferation of technology has brought seismic and irreversible change to the world over the past 20 years, and crime and justice is no exception to this.
With this considered is it really possible for 'justice' and 'digital justice' to be recognized as two distinct concepts and can we continue to use the tools of yesterday to meet the challenges of today?
To answer this, the team from Box look at the profound shift in the nature of crime and justice over the past 20 years with a focus on how forces such as The Metropolitan Police and the Police Service of Northern Ireland have transformed the way that they collaborate with the wider criminal justice ecosystem and the public to ensure they are up to the challenge of law enforcement in the 21st century.
Take a look at their presentation from the Modernising Criminal Justice virtual conference in full here:
Criminal Justice Lead
Jessica Kimbell, GovNet