Clinks supports, promotes and give a voice to voluntary sector organisations working with people in contact with the criminal justice system and/or their families in England and Wales. The 2019 ‘state of the sector’ survey issued by Clinks aims to build up a picture of the current challenges facing these organisations. They intend to use the survey to inform the range of support provided by Clinks to voluntary organisations, as well as the ways in which they work with others, including government departments and agencies, funders and donors.
Are you yet to complete the survey?
There’s still time to take this year’s state of the sector survey. Don’t miss this opportunity to make your voice heard and contribute to a vital source of evidence about the voluntary sector in criminal justice. The survey takes only 15 minutes.
Why it’s so important
Clinks meets regularly with key decision makers to try to ensure the voluntary sector’s role, knowledge and expertise is reflected in government policy and to maximise opportunities for the sector. To do this effectively, it is vital that they know the current state of the sector. For Clinks to speak up on your behalf and make sure their support is meeting your needs, they need up-to-date evidence on how you’re faring, so take this short survey and tell them about the challenges you’ve faced and successes you’ve achieved this past year.
Who should complete the survey?
Anyone from a voluntary sector organisation working with people in contact with the criminal justice system or their families.
Those who wish to complete the survey should respond by 5th July.Back to blog