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.
This response focuses on the health and care needs and experiences of women in contact with the criminal justice system, and the role of the voluntary sector in addressing these needs.
Understanding the needs and experiences of pregnant women and new mothers in contact with the criminal justice system in the community in England
Clinks facilitated an event on behalf of the Ministry of Justice to update the voluntary sector working in criminal justice about the plans for the Residential Women’s Centre (RWC) pilots announced in the Female Offender Strategy.
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.