Published by Skills for Justice
Since 2010, Skills for Justice has conducted regular large-scale national surveys to provide a comprehensive picture of new and emerging workforce challenges impacting the justice sector, including policing, probation, prisons and courts.
Today (17 May) it launches its 2023 State of the Workforce Survey to identify critical skills and development shortages at an individual, organisational and systemic level to support the UK government and justice sector leaders as they plan for their workforce of the future.
“For over 10 years our research has helped shape the delivery of workforce initiatives and people strategies, supporting employers to make evidence-based decisions and to target effective resources in their efforts to improve the workplace,” says Jon Parry, Head of Research at Skills for Justice.
“Given the current challenges that the sector is facing, the intelligence to better understand the complex skills issues that justice sector leaders need to address is more important than ever.” Jon continues.
The State of the Workforce Survey is open to all employees working in operational, non-operational or managerial roles at any level of seniority in the UK justice sector.
Responses will be treated in strictest confidence and help contribute towards building the evidence base to influence government and key justice sector leaders as they set their workforce priorities.
The survey is a mix of free-text and multiple-choice questions and should take around 15 minutes to complete.
To complete the Skills for Justice State of the Workforce Survey (via SurveyMonkey) visit: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SfJ_State_of_the_Workforce_Survey