Clinks blogs: the latest views, debate and discussion
How to get involved with the Clinks group that advises the Ministry of Justice
Nobody’s Listening: How involving families in prison healthcare can save lives and money
Working with the House of Lords - A Guide
Publications: delve into the detail
Research and analysis on issues facing the sector. Guides and briefings to support our members. Responses to government consultations. Case studies of good practice.
State of the sector 2022
Annual report & financial statements for the year ended 31 March 2022
The Dynamic Purchasing System - A guide
Events and training: get involved, improve your skills
Latest on Twitter
We have published our annual report and financial statements 2021-22. The report sets out our activities, achievements this year and plans for future work towards our strategic goals. Read the full report here: https://bit.ly/3iMbdX7
Watch Professor @NealHazel discuss what the evidence tells us about effective resettlement support for children after custody; facilitated by Clink's @ChrisStacey
Watch the video and read Neal's evidence review here: Resettlement of children after custody | Clinks
@MoJGovUK have launched grant funding competitions for women's services. This comes after the MoJ announced up to £24 million will be invested to support women in contact with the CJS.
Read our latest blog to find out more and how to apply: Ministry of Justice grant funding for women's services - what you need to know | Clinks
Our work: our latest projects and activities
What Clinks is doing to support, promote and represent the voluntary sector working in the criminal justice system.
Service user involvement
People with multiple and complex needs
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