Entrepreneurs Unlocked CIC is pleased to announce that it has become a member of the Criminal Justice Alliance. This network of 180 organisations is working towards a fair and effective criminal justice system. The Alliance members include charities, social enterprises, think tanks, research institutions and staff associations. Together they work across the criminal justice system in areas such as crime prevention, sentencing, policing, prisons, probation, victim services, mental health, drug policy and treatment, and more.
David Morgan said: “Being part of this alliance will strengthen Entrepreneurs Unlocked ability to learn more about the need to champion reform in the criminal justice system, and we will be able to provide insights into how entrepreneurship can support this agenda.”
Creating Change In Criminal Justice
Jamie Morrell, Communications and Engagement Officer at The Criminal Justice Alliance, said: “We work to influence policy for long-term systemic change in criminal justice. Recent work has included our Purpose and Connection, which shows how the government can improve employment opportunities for people leaving prison. This included recommending that the government improve support and advice for individuals who want to start their businesses. We value the expertise and drive of Entrepreneurs Unlocked in helping people to build the skills for self-employment and entrepreneurship, and we are delighted to welcome the organisation to our network for change.”