Our series of publications are for professionals working directly or indirectly with families of offenders and prisoners. All of our publications are free to download. These publications were created by Action for Prisoners' and Offenders' Families which is now part of Family Lives.

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What can the police do - prisoners' families

06 March 2013
If you work in the police, you may already be aware of the needs of prisoners’ and offenders’ families, but you may not be aware of the services which can support them, or the resources available. This briefing sheet is intended to give you that information.
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What can magistrates do - prisoners' families

06 March 2013
This is a guide for magistrates on the services and resources available to support the needs of prisoners’ and offenders’ families.
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What can children's centres do - working with prisoners' families

06 March 2013
If you work in a children's centre, you may already be aware of the needs of prisoners’ and offenders’ families, but you may not be aware of the services which can support them, or the resources available. This briefing sheet is intended to give you that information.
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What can CAMHS do - working with prisoners' families

06 March 2013
CAMHS services may already be aware of the needs of prisoners’ and offenders’ families, but you may not be aware of the services which can support them, or the resources available. This briefing sheet is intended to give you that information.
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What can midwives do - supporting prisoners' families

06 March 2013
As a midwife, you may already be aware of the needs of prisoners’ and offenders’ families, but you may not be aware of the services which can support them, or the resources available. This briefing sheet is intended to give you that information.
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What can schools do - supporting prisoners' families

06 March 2013
If youi work in a school, you may already be aware of the needs of prisoners’ and offenders’ families, but you may not be aware of the services which can support them, or the resources available. This briefing sheet is intended to give you that information.
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What can social workers do - supporting prisoners' families

06 March 2013
As a social worker, you may already be aware of the needs of prisoners’ and offenders’ families, but you may not be aware of the services which can support them, or the resources available. This briefing sheet is intended to give you that information.
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What can health visitors do - supporting prisoners' families

06 March 2013
You may already be aware of the needs of prisoners’ and offenders’ families, but you may not be aware of the services which can support them, or the resources available. This briefing sheet is intended to give you that information.
Publications 9-16 of 19

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