Clinks submitted evidence to the Justice Committee’s Inquiry into Mental Health in Prison.
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.
Clinks responded to the Centre for Mental Health’s call for evidence to contribute towards a review to guide the future of mental health care in prison.
Report on consultation with voluntary sector practitioners and service users
Our response focused on the experience of men and boys in the criminal justice system.
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.