Who we are
Skills for Justice, a not-for-profit organisation committed to the development of an improved and sustainable workforce across the UK’s Justice, Fire and Rescue, Local Government and Armed Forces sectors.
Established in 2004 as the Sector Skills Council for the UK justice sector, Skills for Justice work to inform policy and industry standards, whilst focusing on the improvement of service delivery across all the sectors we operate in.
In September 2015, Skills for Justice merged with Skills for Health and together we work to create a more integrated, sustainable and efficient workforce across the sectors.
Skills for Justice deliver workforce and organisational development; working with organisations, both public and private, to increase productivity and quality of essential services.
Our products and service offering is based on our core mission of developing a more skilled, productive and flexible workforce across all of our sectors.
We have achieved ISO27001 certification, a by-product of good working practices. This means you can have greater confidence in the way we handle data. The organisation will undergo regular audits by a UKAS Accredited Auditor to ensure we are maintaining and continually improving our standards.
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