Hot off the back of today’s report by Lord Farmer setting out the importance that maintaining good family relationships plays in relation to the rehabilitation of people in prison, yesterday we published new information for the family members of people with convictions.
Unlike the other information and advice on our site, which is aimed at people who have a criminal record themselves, this new information deals specifically with issues relating to criminal records as seen through the eyes of family members of those with convictions.
For more information
- For practical self-help information – More information is available on our families of people with convictions section
- Questions – If you have any questions about this you can contact our helpline.
Learn more about this topic
- New research shines a light on the complex landscape of University criminal records policies
- Four bills currently going through parliament – and what they could mean for you
- Double your impact this week with the Big Give
- The Autumn Statement 2023 is a missed opportunity to support people with criminal records
- New research highlights discrimination against people with criminal records in labour market
Most popular articles from Unlock
- ‘Double discrimination?’ report published
- Call for evidence: DBS checks which reveal trans/gender history because of gender-specific offences committed in the past
- BBC Rip of Britain piece on insurance and convictions
- New report highlights potentially hundreds of unlawful criminal record checks by employers each year
- Some examples of people we’ve helped