Research Fellow, 2006-2009
Jonathan is currently working at The Boston Consulting Group in the Public Sector Practice Area. He was previously a Senior Researcher at the Institute for Government.He graduated from the University of Michigan with a dual degree in economics and politics. In 2006 he completed a MSc in Public Policy at University College London. Jonathan has previously worked at the American Consulate in Hamburg, Germany and for the BBC at Television Centre in London.Jonathan worked for the Crime and Justice Unit, specialising in policing and violent crime.
Related Posts & Publications
by Jonathan McClory | Jul 1, 2008Read Publication By Jonathan McClory, Dr Bob Golding; Edited by Gavin Lockhart Murders involving knives and firearms never fail to grab the headlines, yet they are relatively rare. Gun crime represents only 0.4% of all recorded crime in England and Wales. The public...
by Jonathan McClory | Jan 21, 2008Read Publication By Jonathan McClory and Barry Loveday. Edited by Gavin Lockhart. In the week of the planned protest march about the Government’s pay deal by up to 20,000 officers and on the eve of Sir Ronnie Flanagan’s report into police reform, Policy Exchange...
by Jonathan McClory | Nov 22, 2007Read Publication In the face of the inadequacy of Britain’s prison system, Unlocking the Prison Estate, argues that by unlocking the value in the prison estate the Government could generate sufficient funds to construct modern prisons that are fit for purpose...
by Jonathan McClory | Sep 10, 2007Read Publication This publication explores public perceptions of gun and knife crime, opinions about the Government’s response, the ease of which members of the public can get hold of illegal firearms, and the level of support for tougher penalties and robust...
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