Clinks, the umbrella organisation charity for voluntary sector groups in the criminal justice sector, has just celebrated its 20th birthday.

To celebrate, they have launched a new website, which they promise makes it even easier to find the information you need about the sector, from PC, laptop or mobile.

Across all of our areas of work you can find information on the support we provide, the challenges and opportunities in the sector, Clinks and our members’ activities, and our current projects. Get the latest views, debate and discussion on our blogs and delve into the detail with our range of publications. Get involved and improve your skills with our events and training. Browse our jobs board, and our directories listing hundreds of voluntary organisations.

Find out more: www.clinks.org

 

They have also published a strategy for 2019-2022 ‘Creating Change Together’.

People in the criminal justice system and their families still face huge challenges in getting the support they need to have the futures they deserve. The voluntary sector’s role could not be more important as it is presently. This strategy outlines our strategic objectives, our goals for 2022, how we’ll work over the next three years, and the changes we want to see in the criminal justice system.

Find out more: Creating change together.

 

Their Annual review is currently live on their website, and their annual State of the Sector report is being launched on 29 November.