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Justice Secretary announces new model for probation

Justice Secretary announces new model for probation



The Secretary of State for Justice, Rt Hon. David Gauke MP, has set out his blueprint for the future of probation, which brings all offender management under the public National Probation Service (NPS) when the current contracts with private providers come to an end in 2021. Overall, the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance and Clinks […]

Clinks seek health and justice policy co-ordinator

Clinks seek health and justice policy co-ordinator



Clinks, the national charity for voluntary organisations in the criminal justice system in England and Wales, is looking for a Development Officer – Health and Justice (30 hours a week, £31,401 pro rata) to join its London office. This is an exciting opportunity to join Clinks’ highly respected policy team. The role co-ordinates Clinks’ work on health and justice policy, […]

Clinks is hiring

Clinks is hiring



Clinks, the national charity for voluntary organisations in the criminal justice system in England and Wales, is looking for a Membership and Events Officer (full-time, £26,470 plus 6% pension contribution) to join its London office. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced candidate to join the Clinks team. The charity is seeking a dynamic individual with excellent attention […]

Government consultation on probation services

Government consultation on probation services



The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) last week announced an eight-week public consultation on the future of probation. Clinks and the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) welcome this announcement. Clinks’ TrackTR research on the voluntary sector’s engagement in Transforming Rehabilitation shows that the voluntary sector is under represented, under pressure and under resourced and calls for […]