Crime & Justice Research Fellow, 2012-14
Charlotte is a Research Fellow in the Crime and Justice Unit at Policy Exchange. She was called to the Bar by The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple in November 2012, following completion of the Bar Professional Training Course at City Law School and LLB at Cardiff University.Charlotte joined Policy Exchange in July 2012, previously working in the Development Unit. Prior to this, she has volunteered for the National Centre for Domestic Violence and as a Trustee of the Young Achievers Trust.
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by Charlotte McLeod | Aug 22, 2014Read Publication Politicians from all parties should pledge to turn around the nation’s most deprived social housing estates within the next decade. Our report argues that the condition of many of Britain’s social housing estates is nothing short of a national...
by Charlotte McLeod | Feb 21, 2014Read Publication Magistrates should dispense justice inside police stations at peak times – including evenings and weekends – and be put in charge of the administration of out-of-court disposals, as part of a radical drive to speed up the operation of the criminal...
by Charlotte McLeod | Aug 22, 2013Read Publication Power Down argues that the election of Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to change the balance of power in a system currently almost bereft of local control, financial responsibility or democratic...
by Charlotte McLeod | Nov 6, 2014Having reached an agreement with leaders of the region’s 10 councils, George Osborne has announced new plans to introduce a directly elected Mayor for Greater Manchester from 2017, as part of a devolution deal worth £1bn. Leading the Greater Manchester Combined...
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RT @Robert_WH_Ede @SeanPhillips91 has provided our assessment of this week’s GP access plan. 1️⃣The scale of the crisis is undeniable 2️⃣But we need to find a way of being guided by evidence not emotion 3️⃣In this regard, the plan contains some sensible steps forward policyexchange.org.u…
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With energy policy rising up the political agenda, does the UK need a dedicated Government Department for Net Zero? Here's what four former UK Energy Secretaries had to say during a recent @Policy_Exchange event. ▶️ @AmberRuddUK ▶️ @EdwardJDavey ▶️ @Ed_Miliband ▶️ @andrealeadsom