Inside Justice Crime Live CSI Event
Are you interested in forensic science? Do you want to learn how crime scene examination can solve a crime or put the wrong man in the dock? Could you work out who the killer is? Then come to our next public Crime Live event: Cambridge, 21st November at 2pm and 7pm. Download flyer for full details.
The event takes audience members through the investigation of a murder, providing a ‘behind the scenes’ look at what it takes to investigate such a crime, where issues can occur and the painstaking work involved.
This is the perfect event for anyone interested in crime investigations, true crime, forensic science, the judicial system and miscarriages of justice.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see this unique event.
Tickets available on Eventbrite.
Conviction BBC TV Series
Our work has been filmed for the BBC TV series "Conviction". The first series "Conviction: Murder at the Station" was broadcast in 2016 and can be viewed on YouTube: Part 1 & Part 2. Our work on Roger Kearney’s case continues.
The second series is due to be aired on 19th & 20th June 2018 at 9pm on BBC Two and is called "Conviction: Murder in Suburbia". It follows our work reviewing the case of Glyn Razzell who was convicted for murdering his estranged wife in 2003.
We Need Your Help
Our work is only possible through charitable donations and the generous support of the public. We do the work we do because we believe everybody deserves justice. We care because a wrongful conviction destroys lives and trust. A wrongful conviction leaves dangerous people at large to create more victims. We have built an Advisory Panel of experts who give their time for free because they care. Help us, help others in need.
Inside Justice Investigative Unit for Alleged Miscarriages of Justice
Inside Justice was launched in July 2010 to investigate alleged miscarriages of justice. We assist those in prison in England and Wales who are protesting their innocence by reinvestigating their cases. We can assess trial evidence, revisit witnesses, identify and commission new forensic work and trawl through unused material in order to find that elusive piece of evidence to get the case back to the Court of Appeal.
Inside Justice is a tiny charity with extremely limited funding. We do the work we do because we believe everybody has the right to justice regardless of personal wealth. Imagine being imprisoned for a crime you have not committed and having no access to help. We change that. We make a real difference. We desperately need funds so we can continue our work and help more people get answers. If you can help us please use the link to donate amounts up to £500. If you, or your organisation, would like to support our work over that value, please contact us directly.
Inside Justice believe that accurate reporting around miscarriages of justice is important. We contribute to articles or news reports, give interviews and have appeared in documentaries.
By Neil Root on 14/05/18
There are some people who make an impact in life and change the lives of others for the better. Bob Woffinden was one of those people, and his sad death on 1st May 2018, after being ill for some time, is a huge loss in the fight against British injustice, to the many victims of the criminal justice system he helped, by raising awareness to their causes, and in some cases securing freedoms and changing the law, and current and future victims who have been robbed of one of their leading champions. But Bob has left an indelible imprint, and he will be remembered: put simply and prosaically, he left the world a better place than when he entered it. Read more...
Inside Justice welcomes Ambassadors
To overturn a wrongful conviction takes a huge amount of time and a huge amount of collaboration. At Inside Justice we welcome Ambassadors. If you believe your or your company can help us with our work or fundraising please get in touch.
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