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Criminal Justice

Criminal records a life sentence for young people

From employment, volunteering and studying at uni, to travelling abroad & buying home insurance, Unlock shows how a criminal record represents a significant barrier to thousands of people, even decades later.

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Recruiting people with convictions

New website from Unlock targets employers to help them access talent pool of 10.5 million Brits with convictions & treat them fairly in their search for work.

Digital Engagement

Unlocking offenders’ doors to employment

Since they are 10 million individuals in the UK with a criminal record, employers need to think twice before excluding such a large proportion of potential new recruits.

Criminal Justice

The Justice priorities of Unlock

As things stand, a criminal record is for life, no matter how old or minor. This is despite knowing that, in particular, young people make mistakes when they’re young. In essence, young people should be allowed to fail. Ways to properly and fully ‘wipe the slate clean’ for minor offending should be established.

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