Jo Reilly

Criminal Justice Evidence and Change Lead at Youth Endowment Fund

Jo Reilly

Criminal Exploitation Lead at the Youth Endowment Fund

Policy Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy

Jo Reilly is currently leading a project at the Youth Endowment Fund to develop a toolkit on tackling child criminal exploitation for the National Police Chief’s Council. Her previous roles include Head of the Serious Organised Crime Unit in His Majesty's Prison and Probation Service, Senior Adviser in the Prime Minister’s Implementation Unit, Head of Performance and Planning at the Legal Aid Agency, and Public and Social Affairs Adviser to the Archbishop of Canterbury. Prior to joining the Civil Service, Jo was a Frank Knox Fellow at Harvard University, where she studied Religion and Politics.

  • 24 April 2024, 5:30pm

    2024 CSaP Annual Cleevely Lecture: Dr Dave Smith, National Technology Adviser

    The Government, science policy, and products - from concept to consumer: After six months as the first full time National Technology Adviser, Dave Smith will reflect on how UK government investment in the science base supports our private sector and how the Science and Technology Framework guides government innovation policy today.