Papers of Labour Campaign for Criminal Justice, 1985-1999, include minutes, financial papers, newsletters and publications.
Labour Campaign for Criminal Justice
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Labour Campaign for Criminal Justice was founded in 1978 by Alex Lyon MP to promote more extended discussion of criminal justice issues within the Labour Party and elsewhere. The group met monthly at Westminster and at its height had 400 members. It published quarterly newsletters along with reports and pamphlets on key issues in crime and criminal justice. The group publishes policy papers and organises seminars. In 1997 the LCCJ changed its name to the Labour Criminal Justice Forum to mark a move from a campaigning to a discussion group.
Pending the possible deposit of further material the material has simply been ordered in a single numeric sequence.
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Deposited by Professor David Downes
Sources: Copied from LSE Archives CALM database by Anna Towlson
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