Neurodiversity in the Criminal Justice System Joint Survey Call for Evidence

Posted by: Ryan Jarvis - Posted on:

I just wanted to alert you to the opportunity for people with lived experience of neurodiversity in the criminal justice system to respond to the HMI Prisons and Probation call for evidence on neurodiversity in the CJS using this link or googling www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmiprisons/about-hmi-prisons/current-consultations/evidence-review-on-neurodiversity-in-the-criminal-justice-system/evidence-from-people-with-lived-experience/

There are a variety of ways to respond – via email, filling out a word document, filling out a PowerPoint sheet, or by writing answers on a printed sheet and taking a photo/scanning the response and emailing it to the email provided in the enclosed link. This is open until the 26th February. Organisations can collate the views of their service users and respond, or service users can respond themselves”.

Thank you.

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