Clinks blogs: the latest views, debate and discussion
Publications: delve into the detail
Research and analysis on issues facing the sector. Guides and briefings to support our members. Responses to government consultations. Case studies of good practice.
Events and training: get involved, improve your skills
Latest on Twitter
Here's the link to the White Paper launched today 'A Smarter Approach to Sentencing'. Clinks will be responding on behalf of voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system. #Sentencing
"We are at a unique moment of opportunity." @Spark_Inside CEO @vickihcardwell explains why the appointment of a new Chief Inspector of Prisons is a unique opportunity for a bold fresh approach. https://thejusticegap.com/the-pandemic-has-seen-prisons-emerging-changed-and-ready-for-more-change/…
We’re excited to announce we are now offering free membership for voluntary organisations for the year April 2020 – March 2021. Both new and existing members can enjoy free membership during this time. If you’re not already a Clinks member, join today! https://clinks.org/join-clinks
Our work: our latest projects and activities
What Clinks is doing to support, promote and represent the voluntary sector working in the criminal justice system.
Join Clinks: be heard, informed, and supported
Are you a voluntary organisation supporting people in the criminal justice system? Join our network of over 500 members. Clinks membership offers you:
- A voice to influence change
- Practical assistance to be effective and resilient
- Support from a community of like-minded professionals.
Right now membership is free for voluntary organisations.
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Jobs: work in the voluntary sector
Browse hundreds of work and volunteering opportunities at voluntary organisations working with people in the criminal justice system.