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The Reducing Reoffending Third Sector Advisory Group’s submission to the Reducing Reoffending Board on Universal Credit and access to banking.
The Reducing Reoffending Third Sector Advisory Group (RR3) submitted evidence to the Reducing Reoffending Board (RRB) on the barriers people face in accessing bank accounts and Universal Credit in advance of leaving prison and upon release. The paper proposes a number of cross-departmental and innovative solutions in order to address these barriers and ensure government departments can work better together to improve the service.
Briefing for the Ministry of Justice implementation team’s exploration into Universal Credit and the Discharge Grant
Clinks' response to the HM Inspectorate of Probation’s consultation on the inspection of probation providers
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@HMIProbation make 11 recommendations to improve quality of probation supervision of short-term prisoners during resettlement. Incls. 3 for the Reducing Reoffending Board which the Reducing Reoffending 3rd Sector Advisory group we manage advises.
.@MoJGovUK have published the detail of today's announcements. Here's our blog in response with 5 things the voluntary sector needs to know about the future #probation model https://www.clinks.org/community/blog-posts/5-things-you-need-know-about-probation-reform …
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