Supporting women to engage with their families and reduce reoffending
Clinks is seeking written evidence on how supporting women in contact with the criminal justice system (CJS) to engage with their families can lower recidivism, aid rehabilitation and assist in addressing intergenerational crime.
The follow on Farmer Review, led by Lord Farmer, has been commissioned by the Ministry of Justice, and Clinks is leading the review’s call for evidence. The Review follows Lord Farmer’s previous work exploring how supporting men in prison in England and Wales to engage with their families can reduce reoffending.
Clinks want to learn:
- from your own experience and expertise
- from any relevant research
- from international good practice
and are seeking responses from:
- women with lived experience of the CJS
- families or friends of women with lived experience of the CJS
- voluntary organisations
- or anyone with particular expertise in this area.
Click here to find out more and respond by Wednesday 7th November
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