Today we’ve published our spring 2019 newsletter. The newsletter provides an update of the news at Unlock in the last three months. It’s sent to everyone who’s on our public mailing list, and we hope it’s a useful way of keeping up to date with what we’ve been up to. Read: Spring 2019 Newsletter  Previous

The 28th March saw a Westminster Hall debate on the disclosure of youth criminal records (read here or watch here). This followed the publication of the Justice Select Committee’s report on the subject, back in 2017. The report itself was a result of the Committee’s inquiry into disclosure of youth criminal records, launched in 2016,

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Looking back over the last couple of months, we’ve written up a few examples of the people we’ve helped. We hope they give a good idea of how we help people. However, more importantly than our role, we think that these examples show how people with convictions are able to overcome some of the barriers

We’ve just published our update for March 2019. This months update includes: An advice post on applying to come off the Sex Offenders Register if you’re on it indefinitely. An introduction to the Web Chat pilot on our InformationHub site and how to use it. A personal story highlighting some of the positives and negatives

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We’ve just published our update for February 2019.             This months update includes: Some new guidance for individuals on the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and data protection. An update to our important links and organisations section to include details of organisations providing immigration advice. A personal story highlighting an

We’re really pleased to be able to share a new short video that explains a little bit about Unlock, the work that we do and why it is so important in helping the millions of people in this country who have a criminal record. You can watch the video below (or it’s available on YouTube and

Christopher Stacey speaks to Radio 5 Live about the proposed new guidance from the Department of Transport on the regulation of taxi drivers. You can listen to the program here. More information about the consultation can be found here. The consultation closes on the 22nd April. You can respond to the consultation. We will be

Update – The request for participants is now closed. See the message below from Nicola, the researcher: “Thank you to everyone who has been in contact with me with their generous offer to take part in my PhD research. I have been overwhelmed with responses and now have enough participants that fit the criteria, so

  There has been a significant amount of press and media attention on the judgment of the Supreme Court which ruled that the criminal records disclosure scheme as it applies to multiple convictions and childhood warnings/reprimands was found to be disproportionate. Our co-director, Christopher Stacey, gave interviews on the day of the judgment which were featured

We’ve just published our update for January 2019.             This months update includes: An advice post on travelling to the EU post-Brexit. A personal story highlighting an individuals experience of applying for a nursing course at university. A link to a discussion on theForum on opening a business bank account

Unlock, the leading charity for people with convictions, has today responded to the judgment of the Supreme Court on the criminal records disclosure regime. The charity provided an intervention to the court to highlight the unjust consequences of the current regime and the alternative, fairer systems available. Commenting on the judgment, Christopher Stacey, co-director of

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