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Probation services: Collective Voice responds to the Ministry of Justice’s consultation

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Drug and alcohol treatment is vital in helping to divert people from committing crime and is a vital component of the resettlement and rehabilitation of offenders. Treatment providers work in many criminal justice settings such as police custody suites, courts and prisons to deliver these services, as well as in the community.

It is essential that the prison environment, probation services and community rehabilitation companies (CRCs) are all stabilised to enable the potential of treatment and other factors underpinning recovery and resettlement to be maximised.

For this reason, Collective Voice has responded to the Ministry of Justice’s consultation on improving probation services. You can read our full submission here.

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Collective Voice is the national charity working to improve England’s drug and alcohol treatment and recovery systems