Jean Redpath

Researcher

Jean Redpath joined ACJR as a Researcher in September 2012. She has a BSc (Mathematics and Chemistry) and an LLB from the University of Cape Town, and is an admitted attorney. Jean specialises in measuring the impact of policy and law through qualitative and quantitative research methods, and in measuring of criminal justice processes. Prior to joining CSPRI she worked as an independent consultant in criminal justice across Southern Africa and and in Eastern Europe. Jean has researched criminal justice trends in Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Kenya, Liberia, Zambia and Zimbabwe, and the socio-economic impact of pre-trial detention in Kenya, Mozambique and Zambia, as well as Ghana, Guinea, and Sierra Leone. Her speciality is data analysis which informs policy development.