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Criminal Justice

Race, Mental Health & Criminal Justice

Briefing calls for better data to build more culturally effective services for BAME people with mental health problems in contact with the justice system.

Prison

Volunteers in prison

Reports from Clinks and User Voice on the wide range of work done by volunteers in our prisons and the benefits for volunteers and prisoners.

On Probation

Probation changes move slowly

Latest Clinks report on probation changes finds a ‘narrowing’ of services, with changes from one-to-one support to more group work, and from more flexible person-centred approaches to a more process driven or ‘box-ticking’ arrangements.

Prison

What does a good prison look like?

Excellent new discussion paper from Clinks looks to develop a constructive dialogue about how our soon-to-be-reformed prison system should look.

On Probation

Service user involvement and co-production with offenders

The guide is a practical document and provides a structured and accessible introduction to involving offenders and exoffenders; it
includes examples of good practice, checklists and signposts to further information and support.

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