The way we carry out policy development strives to go beyond the political environment demands and the involved parties’ idiosyncrasies.
The policy development process consists of a sequence of functional activities, starting with the detection of the fundamental problem.
Downstream, the agenda formulation and the evaluation are key stages of the policy development endeavour. Thereby, we pursue the employment of thorough and high-quality research, which, in turn, is generated by a team who understands the politics, power, and policy dynamics that govern the criminal justice system and its numerous stakeholders.
In order to carry out policy development, we rely on clear answers that are revealed by competent research and assessment, as, at the same time, we hear and assemble all the stakeholders, whose involvement cherish above all. As a consequence of such an approach, we open the best pathways into proper and effective decision making.