Privacy of your information

Conviction uses personal and confidential information for a number of purposes.
Our Privacy Notice provides a summary of how we use your information.

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Conviction's #TenStepPlan

As the criminal justice system advances, people’s needs change and society develops, We at Conviction aim to continually move forward so that in 10 years’ time we have a criminal justice system fit for the future.

The Conviction Ten Step Plan will do that by promoting real change within the criminal justice system in England & Wales by voraciously campaigning, engaging with policy work and good practice models and providing advocacy to those who have clearly been failed.

Our Long Term Plan, has been drawn up by those who know the CJS best – frontline professionals and staff, service users and their families, and other experts – who will continue to shape how it is implemented and promoted across the organisation.

Read the Conviction Long Term Plan.

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Guidance on Whistleblowing

What is a whistleblower You’re a whistleblower if you’re a worker and you report certain types of wrongdoing. This will usually be something you’ve seen at work – though not always. The wrongdoing you disclose must be in the public interest. This means it must affect others, for example the general public. As a whistleblower […]


We signed the #YourDataMatters pledge, making a clear statement that we value the personal information entrusted to us.

The public commitment we made a year ago to protecting people’s personal data helped mark the evolution of the UK’s data protection legislation – but the last 12 months are only part of the story.

See our pledge