This series of briefings have been developed as part of the 10 Prison Project family engagement programme.
A series of resources developed as part of the 10 Prison Project family engagement programme. They can be downloaded, adapted and used to support the development of Think Family working.
In our response we make a series of recommendations, including: for the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to proactively work to consult with voluntary organisations in the development of policy reform; that key performance indicators are developed for prisons; and that every prison should consider adopting the voluntary sector coordination model.
Clinks' submission to the National Assembly for Wales’ Health, Social Care and Sport Committee’s inquiry on the provision of health and social care in the adult prison estate
Our response draws on evidence from our work supporting voluntary sector organisations working with people in prison, alongside evidence gathered from voluntary sector organisations working in Welsh prisons, consulted with specifically for this submission.
Briefing for the Ministry of Justice implementation team’s exploration into Universal Credit and the Discharge Grant
This Clinks briefing for the Ministry of Justice sets out the impacts of the current discharge grant policy on the wellbeing of people leaving prison and on rates of reoffending.
The Reducing Reoffending Third Sector Advisory Group’s submission to the Reducing Reoffending Board on Universal Credit and access to banking.
The Reducing Reoffending Third Sector Advisory Group (RR3) submitted evidence to the Reducing Reoffending Board (RRB) on the barriers people face in accessing bank accounts and Universal Credit in advance of leaving prison and upon release.