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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.
Capability Framework: Working effectively with people with co-occurring mental health and alcohol/drug use conditions
Briefing for the Ministry of Justice implementation team’s exploration into Universal Credit and the Discharge Grant
Events and training: get involved, improve your skills
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Happy #InternationalDayofCharity to all of our fantastic members working in the criminal justice system. Voluntary organisations play a vital role in both delivering services and campaigning for change. Today let’s celebrate their amazing work.
We have developed a set of commissioning principles which we've delivered to @MOJGOVUK & @HMPPS, which would enable the voluntary sector to deliver services in the future probation model. Our key recommendations & full response here: https://www.clinks.org/publication/commissioning-principles-enable-voluntary-sector-deliver-services-future-probation #FutureofProbation
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What Clinks is doing to support, promote and represent the voluntary sector working in the criminal justice system.
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