Help us make a difference
As part of our policy & campaign work, we’re always looking for evidence of the problems people with criminal records are facing. We use this to help us raise awareness, develop solutions and influence change.
If you have experienced any of the following, please click the link and get in touch.
What we do with your information
Gathering evidence from people with criminal records is part of our ‘ear to the ground, voice to the top‘ approach. Your information helps us better understand the issues people are facing, develop solutions and campaign for change. We use the information you send us to raise awareness, challenge bad practice and influence policy so we can improve the prospects of law abiding people with criminal records.
We may use anonymised data as part of a policy report, a case study on one of our websites, or when working with another organisation. Any information you provide will be kept in line with our confidentiality policy. Any personal information provided to us will not be shared externally without your consent.
Find out more about how we handle your data.
Send your experiences and evidence
We are focusing on the problems above because we know these are common. If you are experiencing other problems we still want to hear from you. You can contact us by:
- completing an online form
- sending an email to: email@example.com
- sending a letter to: Policy, Unlock, MCSC, 39-48 Marsham Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1HH
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