This evidence review by Jane Dominey, Sophie Ellis and Caroline Lanskey from the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, reviews the current evidence base on the impact of criminal justice involvement on the families of people in prison and on probation.
Clinks has written to Minister Victoria Atkins following engagement between Clinks, the Reducing Reoffending Third Sector Advisory Group (RR3) and the Ministry of Justice on its plans to publish a Prisons White Paper during which we raised concerns about the lack of formal consultation in the process so far.
This evidence review looks at the challenges and needs of the significant number of people already serving long life sentences from a young age in England and Wales. Written by the joint architects of a major research study into the experiences of people serving these sentences in England and Wales.
Part of the Stronger Voice project, this case study compliments an online recording of Unlock’s expert seminar looking at its 'strategic litigation' approach; using the law to create change.
Part of the Stronger Voice project, this case study compliments an online recording of Prison Reform Trust’s expert seminar delving into its strategy for influencing policy with a particular focus on Indeterminate Public Protection (IPP) sentences.
Part of the Stronger Voice project, this case study compliments an online recording of Clinks’ expert seminar exploring what we mean by influencing policy, how Clinks approaches this work and why.