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Without support in the community, stricter curfews and increased tagging are likely to cause more people breaching the terms of their licence and returning to a prison system that is underfunded and overcrowded. Latest blog on the sentencing white paper https://www.clinks.org/community/blog-posts/sentencing-white-paper-alte…
This feedback highlights how the voluntary sector has struggled with the quality of information received from the government during the pandemic and recommends that HMPPS share information it issues to its own staff, at the same time and in the same format https://clinks.org/publication/rr3-feedback-hmpps-its-management-covid-19
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