Get in touch
Clinks is an infrastructure organisation which supports voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system.
The Clinks staff team work remotely.
Are you looking for a particular member of staff? See our meet the team page to send them a message.
If you have a particular enquiry, you can get in touch with us in one of the following ways:
If you’re a voluntary organisation and would like information or support on opportunities to develop your work or to respond to challenges you’re facing email firstname.lastname@example.org
Finance, fundraising, human resources
If you have a finance, invoice, HR or corporate services enquiry email email@example.com
For any policy enquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For any communications enquires, email email@example.com
If you would like to submit something for inclusion in our weekly ebulletin Light Lunch fill in this form www.clinks.org/LightLunchSubmissions
Press and media
For press and media enquiries contact Sam Julius.
Chair of Trustees
For Clinks Chair, Roma Hooper contact Anne Fox
Reducing Reoffending Third Sector Advisory Group (RR3)
For information about members of the Reducing Reoffending Third Sector Advisory Group (RR3) see here
If you have an enquiry that doesn’t fit into any of the above categories, you can fill out our contact form and someone will get back to you.
020 4502 6774
82A James Carter Road
Other sources of support
If you are an individual looking for advice or support for yourself or somebody else, you might want to contact one of the following organisations. For more organisations delivering services that support people affected by the criminal justice system, please visit our Directory.
Advice for people in prison
The Prisoners’ Advice Service telephone advice line is run by caseworkers four days a week. The telephone number is cleared within all prisons throughout England and Wales.
020 7253 3323 | www.prisonersadvice.org.uk
The Prison Reform Trust run an advice and information service which provides free information about prison life, rules and regulations and prisoner’s rights. They also give advice and assistance (they are unable to give legal advice).
020 7251 5070 | www.prisonreformtrust.org.uk
The Prisoner’s Education Trust provides access to learning opportunities for people in prison to enhance their chances of building a better life after release. They provide a grants programme assisting prisoners to study distance learning courses not available in prison.
020 3752 5680 | www.prisonerseducation.org.uk
The Howard League for Penal Reform is a national charity working for less crime, safer communities and fewer people in prison. They run a helpline offering advice on a range of issues affecting young people in custody
0808 801 0308 | www.howardleague.org
Advice for families of people in prison
The National Prisoners' Families Helpline can support you if you have a family member or loved one who is in contact with the criminal justice system in England and Wales. It is open Monday to Friday 9am - 8pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am - 3pm.
0808 808 2003 | www.prisonersfamilies.org
Advice for people with a criminal record
Unlock provides a voice and support for people who are facing stigma and obstacles because of their criminal record. Unlock’s website includes lots of useful resources and information for people with convictions including a disclosure calculator.
01634 247350 | www.unlock.org.uk
Nacro’s Justice team works with young people and adults in prisons and in the community. Nacro offers a wide range of services for a variety of different client groups to support people to change their lives and to prevent and reduce crime and the risk of reoffending.
0845 600 3194 | www.nacro.org.uk