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Help build on the evidence base about the impact of Covid-19 on voluntary organisations by taking 10-15 minutes for our latest survey. It will help us build a better case for emergency and long-term support for organisations to weather this crisis: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HBH7RB2
Chief Inspector of Probation, Justin Russell has started a monthly blog. His first post, Inspecting in uncertain times, looks at how @HMIProbation has conducted inspections during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read it here: https://justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmiprobation/blog/
Applications are still being accepted for our Covid-19 response grants programme. We continue to welcome applications from voluntary organisations with an existing relationship with @HMPPS and with under £500,000 annual income. See more and apply here: https://clinks.org/our-work/coronavirus-covid-19#grants…
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