Conviction has been setup by a team of individuals who are invested in being able to investigate potential miscarriage of justice cases in England and Wales.
It started off as an idea, and now finally has become a reality. The current trustees and CEO come from varying backgrounds whether that be education, academia, children and young people, disabilities or offending behaviour.
Conviction has three set aims which are as follows: –
(1) to offer an initial investigation into every referral we receive from prisoners who were convicted in England and Wales.
(2) to offer a bespoke, carefully planned care-programme approach to all prisoners who we work with that is tailored to their individual needs, requirements and objectives.
(3) to be non-judgemental and build sound relationships with all based on honesty and mutual respect.
We know that there are some excellent charities and universities out their which offer to investigate miscarriage of justice cases within the United Kingdom and are in the hope that we can all work together to further all our aims to make the justice system more accountable, fair and just for all those involved in the tragic cases whereby an innocent man or woman is wrongfully convicted of a crime they did not commit.
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