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National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance’s submission to Arts Council England’s consultation document: Shaping the next 10 years
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Worrying study by the Wales Governance Centre has found Wales has the highest imprisonment rate in Western Europe. It finds in Wales non-white prisoners are overrepresented in prison, & immediate custodial sentences given by magistrates rose by 12%.
This report shows why support on release is vital. Several of our members (such as @LangleyHseTrust @CirclesUk ) do great work supporting people who have committed sexual offences to prevent recidivism. You can find support here: https://www.clinks.org/directory?f%5B0%5D=people_you_work_with%3Asex%20…
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