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.
Clinks submitted a response to the Justice Select Committee’s Inquiry into women in prison.
Clinks response: The Howard League’s APPG on Women in the Penal System’s Inquiry into women’s health and wellbeing in prisons
Clinks submitted evidence to the Howard League’s APPG on Women in the Penal System’s Inquiry into women’s health and wellbeing in prisons.
Clinks provided further feedback to Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons (HMIP) on the development of a revised set of Expectations for Women, the criteria used to conduct inspections of women’s prisons.
Clinks and RECOOP submission to the Justice Select Committee’s enquiry into the ageing prison population
Older people are the fastest growing age group in the prison population. There are triple the number of people aged 60 and over in prison than there were 16 years ago. This response details a range of issues facing older people in prison and gives recommendations for how the criminal justice system can adapt to meet their needs.
This is a joint response by Clinks, EQUAL and Barrow Cadbury Trust. Our response specifically focuses on the experience and outcomes of BAME children in the youth justice system.