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Anton Shelupanov

Justice reformer, social innovator, community builder, motorcycle safety campaigner

Anton is a specialist in public policy and social innovation. He researches, writes about and campaigns on a range of issues, including social and criminal justice, community building and transport policy. A graduate of Oxford University, Anton has written two books, numerous articles and lectured at King’s College London and the universities of Birmingham and Bradford. He has worked with governments, charities and transnational organisations in over twenty jurisdictions across five continents. Anton rides a Honda Shadow motorcycle in London every day and outside London whenever possible.
What the Criminal Justice Sector Can Learn From

What the Criminal Justice Sector Can Learn From Google

The part-privatisation of the probation service of England and Wales represents one of the most radical policy reforms in crime and justice of the past 70 years. The changes are, not surprisingly, the cause of a great deal of upheaval, doubt and concern in the sector.
12/08/2014 14:40 BST
Innovation: Unlocking Potential Within the Criminal Justice

Innovation: Unlocking Potential Within the Criminal Justice Sector

Another year, another piece of crime and justice legislation. At least we can't blame the Coalition Government and the former Labour administration for a lack of continuity. Over the past three years, we have had nine pieces of criminal justice legislation and the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill before Parliament is just one of four crime Bills currently under debate.
10/03/2014 10:56 GMT