Community notice Category: Notice
CLINKS, the umbrella organisation for the voluntary sector working in criminal justice, is running some events to help organisations who are interested in learning more about the Government’s new arrangements for probation. They say:
Are you a voluntary organisation interested in providing rehabilitation and resettlement services, from June 2021, under the new probation model?
Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service intend to commission rehabilitative and resettlement services for the future probation model through the Dynamic Framework. This is the main opportunity for voluntary organisations of all sizes to deliver services through the new probation system and is open for organisations to qualify onto now.
To support organisations to understand the Dynamic Framework and what it means for them, we’re running a series of online events:
Introduction to the Dynamic Framework
24th-25th June | online | free
These events will
- Brief you on the commissioning process and give you an opportunity to ask questions
- Brief you on the IT security standards required to engage in the Dynamic Framework.
Building partnerships for the Dynamic Framework
1st-8th July | online | free
These events are organised by geographic region, and will
- Give you information and guidance on building partnerships and consortia, covering best practice in all areas of consortia development and implementation in the context of the multi-service lots being commissioned.
- Give you an opportunity to become more familiar with each other and so start to build the relationships needed to establish partnerships and consortia where necessary. We’ll do this through breakout rooms based on geographical area and contracts of interest.
To find out more about the role of the voluntary sector in the future probation model and the dynamic framework read the latest CLINKS blog.
You can register for the events here.