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Minutes from the Reducing Reoffending Third Sector Advisory Group meeting, December 2018.
Clinks responded to the Youth Justice Board’s consultation on the revised national standards for children in the youth justice system. Clinks welcomes the "child first, offender second" principle underpinning the revised standards and its aim to promote a childhood removed from the criminal justice system. Clinks has made recommendations for embedding these principles at every stage of the criminal justice system and we highlight the vital role of the voluntary sector in youth justice.
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“What should happen to people who commit criminal offences?”. We want to hear from you for a book of differing viewpoints as part of the work of the Monument Fellowship. Email describing what you’d aim to cover to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31/01 headed “Monument Fellowship question”
#VACANCY: The Women’s Network Co-ordinator will be responsible for co-ordinating our work supporting, promoting, and representing the women’s sector in the #criminaljusticesystem. Deadline 14/01 https://d7.clinks.org/voluntary-community-sector/vacancies/4075
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