Clinks - The Role of the Voluntary Sector in Criminal Justice

04 Oct 2016
10am—12pm
London Funders

Clinks  - which provides support for the voluntary sector working in criminal justice - ran a 2 hour session in October for members of London Funders, informing and educating about the role of the voluntary sector in criminal justice. 

Please see attached presentation from the event

Click here for notes from the meeting

Please see below information from Clinks regarding their services: 

Guide to the Criminal Justice System

New to criminal justice?  Our online guide to the Criminal Justice System provides a quick, accessible introduction to the different agencies which make up the Criminal Justice System and how they fit together.                        

Changes in the sector  

Clinks monitors changes to the sector in criminal justice over this challenging time of financial restraint and significant change to the Criminal Justice System in our State of the sector reports, and the impact of the Transforming Rehabilitation Programme in our TR Tracker.

Directory of Offender Services

Use our free Directory of Offender Services to find support to meet your clients’ needs.  The Directory lists over 1,000 organisations working with offenders and their families across England and Wales.  Search by prison, type of service, target group, location, or any combination of these, to pinpoint the services which can help.

Criminal justice news and resources

Keep up-to-date with all the latest criminal justice news, events, resources and guidance, with our popular weekly e-bulletin, Light Lunch. Read by over 9,000 professionals working in criminal justice, Light Lunch provides a quick and easy way to keep on top of what you need to know.  Sign up for free at www.clinks.org/subscribe

Further support

For the full range of our justice resources, including publications and good practice case studies, see www.clinks.org.  Or contact us at info@clinks.org