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Working Together to Improve Criminal Justice

A Fellowship taking forward the legacy of the Monument Trust 


The Monument Trust’s long-held objective has been to keep young people out of prison, and to ensure that those who offend and are sent to prison never go back. The Trust has now brought together a group of organisations to collaborate as a Fellowship for several years on each stage of the journey an offender experiences in the criminal justice system - from arrest, through prosecution and sentencing in court, in prisons and YOIs and on release. 

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