CEO´s BlogThemes from the launch of Balancing Act briefing
17 October 2013 Yesterday we launched Balancing Act, a briefing for directors of public health at a workshop at the headquarters of London Probation Trust. In this blog I set out the background to the publication and some early thoughts about the themes that arose in the presentations and discussions
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19 March 2014
Today, Revolving Doors is publishing two new ‘checklists’ for Police and Crime Commissioners, focusing on how PCCs can improve responses to young adults and to people facing multiple and complex needs in contact with the criminal justice system.
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