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Relative Justice

Relative Justice is a new report jointly produced by the Prison Reform Trust and POPS (Partners of Prisoners and Families Support Group),which examines the experiences and views of family members of people with mental health problems, learning disabilities or autism in contact with criminal justice services.

Families can play a key role supporting their vulnerable relatives through the criminal justice system, but are often let down by a lack of effective support and accessible information, and many face high levels of social stigma and isolation.

The report notes that creative co-commissioning aimed at developing effective ways of supporting families will achieve both better outcomes and value for money.

Please click here to find out more, and please click here to download the report.

Posted on 28th September 2015 in Reports and articles