Clinks welcomes this chance to identify opportunities to strengthen HMIP's Expectations for Women and also to ensure the revised criteria reflect the changes that have occurred in government policy over the last five years.
Clinks and Nacro response to the Cabinet Office and Department of Health and Social Care consultation – Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s
Our response focusses on the health inequalities faced by a large group of people in the criminal justice system, the link between poor health and coming into contact with the criminal justice system, and how prevention is of central importance to address the health inequalities they face.
HM Inspectorate of Probation’s thematic inspection of probation work on accommodation services for people in contact with the criminal justice system
The response shows that there is both a clear lack of appropriate accommodation for people in the criminal justice system and many significant practical barriers in the way of people trying to access what is available.
Commissioning principles to enable the voluntary sector to deliver services in the future probation model
Information supplied to the Ministry of Justice and Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service
Clinks response to the Labour Party consultation: National Policy Forum for Justice and Home Affairs
Our response focusses on the voluntary sector's vital contribution, the current challenges the sector faces, and recommendations for a Labour government