Barriers to effective resettlement: Friday prison releases

Document type
Policy briefing
Corporate author(s)
Date of publication
24 August 2018
Offenders, Social Policy, Criminal Justice Services, Housing and Homelessness
Social welfare
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This briefing highlights the practical challenges of resettling people who are leaving prison, and puts forward cost-effective solutions. At a time when the Government is reviewing the future of probation, Nacro considers the importance of improving the criminal justice system and removing the practical barriers to rehabilitation.

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