Access the research reports, trends and labour force analysis produced our expert research team.
Our labour market bulletin for the justice sector covers sector trends, qualification levels and training opportunities.
Labour Market Bulletin
Our Employee Skills bulletin outlines sector vacancies, skills gaps and workforce training within the justice sector.
The following labour market bulletins outline qualification levels, income, and demographic characteristics of the armed forces, courts and tribunals, the police, fire and rescue services and local government.
Local Government Armed Forces Fire and Rescue Police Service Courts and Tribunals
Our veterans infographic looks at how civilian life compares for armed forces veterans to that of the general UK population in terms of health, employment and education.
Our apprenticeship infographic tells you which employers in the justice sector are more likely to take on apprentices, the reasons they use apprentices and factors that encourage employers to utilise apprentices.
Our research briefing considers the needs of women in prison in terms of health, education and family as these are particularly pertinent and contribute to the social isolation that many women in prison feel.
Our research briefing discusses the impact cyber crime has on UK businesses in terms of direct cost as well as reputational damage and the difficulties related to measuring these.
As part of the Employer Investment Fund, SfJ Research investigated the use and development of Apprenticeships within 105 Local Authorities across England and Wales.