Claire Waxman on BBC Breakfast About Broken Criminal Justice System

Claire Waxman talking to BBC Breakfast about the publication of the Public Accounts Committee report into Efficiency in the Criminal Justice System and how delays and bad practice are failing victims of crime and putting them at risk.

The report findings are justified and mirror Voice4Victims findings. It highlights the urgent need for change and better practice, however, the time scale of four years for reform is far too late for many victims already suffering due to cutbacks and failings. Claire Waxman stresses in her interview that the introduction of a Victims Law is now needed as a matter of urgency and something that the Government who published a manifesto commitment to act in 2015, must now adhere to and implement without any further delay.

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