Guide: Expert and Public Narratives on Crime in New Zealand: Gaps and Opportunities
Expert and Public Narratives on Crime in New Zealand: Gaps and Opportunities
Publication date: October 2019
Authors: Written by Marianne Elliott and Dr Jess Berentson-Shaw in collaboration with JustSpeak
This short guide summarises the findings of the longer report on the first phase of research looking at how experts and the public currently talk and think about crime and justice. Findings include the analysis of the gaps and overlaps between those two narratives and the authors make some preliminary recommendations based on the findings. This work was conducted in partnership with JustSpeak and co-funded with The Tindall Foundation and the JR McKenzie Trust.
Related Borrin Foundation Grant: Reframing crime and justice
Also see the full Guide: How To Talk About Crime And Justice reporting on the research.