Consultation Responses

Our policy and campaigns work is informed by our frontline support for women, delivered at every stage of a woman’s journey through the criminal justice system. The experience and knowledge gained by staff working directly with women affected by the criminal justice system enable us to see first-hand how well policy is implemented in practice.

One of the ways we aim to use this knowledge is by influencing policy through responding to consultations.

Below is a selection of our recent consultation responses.

 

 

 

 

 

The Future Funding of Supported Housing

Response to the Department for Communities and Local Government and the Department for Work and Pensions

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Breach Offences Guideline

Response to the Sentencing Council

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Police and Crime Plan for London

Response to the Mayor of London Office for Police and Crime

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Mental Health and Deaths in Prison

Response to the Joint Committee on Human Rights

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Deaths in Custody

Response to the Independent Advisory Panel on Deaths in Custody

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Support for ex-offenders

Response to the Work and Pensions Select Committee

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Homelessness Inquiry

Response to the Communities and Local Government Committee

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Proposals - Guidance on Imposition of Community Orders

Response to the Sentencing Council

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Women in the criminal justice system in London

Response to Health in Justice and Other Vulnerable Adults health strategy - recommendations for action

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Thematic inspection of work with women offenders

Response to HM Inspectorate of Probation

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Female Offender Strategy

Response to the Ministry of Justice Offender Policy Team call for evidence

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Mental health for offenders and ex-offenders in London

Response to the London Assembly Health Committee review

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Budget Representation 2017

Response to the Treasury Spending Review

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Holloway Prison

Response to Islington Council Draft Supplementary Planning Document

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Women Offenders

Response to the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee investigation

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