Our News & Blogs
See below our range of blogs on multiple and complex needs
12th October 2018
Revolving Doors Agency, releases new podcast to change the terms of criminal justice debate
11th October 2018
Our Chief Executive Christina Marriott was on Channel 4 news on 10 October discussing the new FOI data that shows 20 fold increase in the known rates of rough sleeping on release from prison for people sentenced to less than 6 months.
10th August 2018
27th June 2018
Revolving Doors Agency’s comment on the publication of the Ministry of Justice’s female offender strategy today (27 June 2018).
24th June 2018
New data obtained by Revolving Doors Agency under Freedom of Information legislation shows that 3 in 5 (60%) of people sent to custody for less than 6 months report a drug or alcohol problem on arrival at prison.
29th May 2018
20th March 2018
We are campaigning for a presumption against the use of short prison sentences.
27th February 2018
Today, Revolving Doors Agency publishes a new report, “Spotlight on violence against women and girls (VAWG)”.
21st February 2018
Revolving Doors responds to the tragic and preventable suicide of a teenager in custody.
21st February 2018
After coming out of prison I felt humbled by my experience and needed to keep move forward. By giving something back in order to stay grounded, I have reached stability within my life. To keep motivated and grounded I volunteer at two organisations: SUIT in Wolverhampton and Revolving Doors in London.
13th February 2018
New top-line priorities for commissioners and service providers.
30th January 2018
Revolving Doors Agency and Transition to Adulthood Alliance publish a new report, Spotlight on Young Adults.
24th January 2018
PCC Jason Ablewhite explains the move towards rebalancing public service delivery in Cambridgeshire.
23rd January 2018
Addressing the impact of adverse childhood events and persistent poverty.
22nd January 2018
Marking one year since the publication of Rebalancing Act, PCC David Jamieson explains the importance of local leadership.
9th January 2018
Our advice for the new Justice Secretary
22nd December 2017
The High Court has found that part of the rules governing disability benefits discriminate against people with mental health problems and breach human rights obligations.
15th December 2017
The HM Chief Inspector of Probation’s annual report reveals the ongoing disappointing progress of the Government’s Transforming Rehabilitation programme.
14th December 2017
A guest blog from Oliver French at Lankelly Chase, following publication of our literature review on Families in the lives of those with multiple and complex needs.
6th December 2017
Reviewing police and crime plans for multiple and complex needs, and transition to adulthood