Leading criminal justice blog
Since its launch in 2011, this blog has gained recognition as a go-to source for information on new developments in the alcohol, drugs and crime sectors (with additional specialisms in payment by results and digital innovation).
The blog boasts an increasing array of renown guest bloggers including: the Chair of the Commons Justice Committee, the Howard League for Penal Reform, the Prison Governors’ Association, the Probation Institute, the Restorative Justice Council, the Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust and Big Society Capital.
The fact that content is updated on a daily basis attracts steady traffic. There were over 1 million page views in the last year; and 3,000 subscribers receive a daily email with the day’s new content.
Cheap and effective recruitment
Over the last five years, I have had numerous conversations with employers about their difficulties in finding good quality workers or volunteers even when placing expensive advertisements in the national media or using recruitment agencies. So, in Spring 2016, I launched a jobs board dedicated to recruiting staff in the drugs and criminal justice sectors.
Here’s three good reasons why the board can help you find high calibre staff at a fraction of your current recruitment costs:
Pricing is extremely competitive with individual adverts just £50 and adverts for community organisations (with less than 10 staff) totally free.
The real bargain however is for organisations who want to commit to make the blog part of their overall recruitment strategy with prices for unlimited adverts starting from £150 per year for small employers (10 – 99 staff).
Again, details are in the graphic below.
If you’re interested in advertising on my jobs board, please: Email me.