CRIME AND JUSTICE

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The Crime & Justice strand of DACRC is informed by and aligned with an awareness that disruption of crime and radical creative change often emerge as a result of the inclusion of diverse voices. Our team adopt a user, misuser and abuser driven innovation approach that includes diverse communities in the co-creation process, including government departments, businesses, local communities, prisoners and returning citizens. This approach has generated a strong socially responsive design methodology (Gamman & Thorpe 2006; 2011; 2016 and 2018) as well as co-created design benchmarks, crime prevention strategies and crime diversion projects.




Grey wall with white text that reads Cell Furniture. To the right is a line drawing of a chair in a square box with triangular roof2018 - 2020
︎︎︎ Cell Furniture
Birds eye view of a tarpaulin laptop bag with a light blue printed grid design on it. The bag is half open to show vegetables protruding out2015 - 2018
︎︎︎ Makeright
People sat on low oval shaped bench2015 - 2017
︎︎︎ Green Oslo
Window gallery showing square icons of graffiti images with text underneath2014 - 2016
︎︎︎ Graffolution



Girl running in front of yellow wall with graffitied stick figures
2011
︎︎︎ Graffiti Dialogues
Floor mat with red and yellow flowers on a blue background below an ATM machine2010 - 2011
︎︎︎ ATM Crime

Page showing images and text within boxed, arrows pointing in different directions towards the boxes
2009

︎︎︎ Business Crime
Close up of bronze metal D shaped closed hook2004 - 2009
︎︎︎ Grippa



White bike locked against a butterfly shaped black metal stand2004 - 2006
︎︎︎ Bikeoff
Folded white bike2005
︎︎︎ Puma Bike
Woman wearing a crossbody bag and person pulling it away from her2002 - 2004
︎︎︎ Karrysafe
Hand reaching into clear bag to grab a mobile phone2000
︎︎︎ In the Bag









Chloe Griffith
Centre Manager
+44 (0) 20 7514 8537

Email : c.griffith@csm.arts.ac.uk

Chryssi Tzanetou
Development Manager
+44 (0) 20 7514 8716

Email : c.tzanetou@arts.ac.uk
Design Against Crime Research Centre,
Central Saint Martins,
1 Granary Square,
London,
N1C 4AA