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It is imperative that government prioritises and resources the tackling of race inequality in the criminal justice system. It is crucial that voluntary orgs led by and focussed on racially minoritised people are listened to, taken seriously and consulted in these conversations. https://twitter.com/HMIProbation/status/1451073306791223296
For all you need to know about the Probation Service's Regional Reducing Reoffending Plans, take a look at our latest blog from Policy Officer Franklin Barrington. https://www.clinks.org/community/blog-posts/taking-look-probation-servi…
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