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Equality impact assessments

Equality impact assessments ensure that our policies, services and legislation do not discriminate against anyone and that, where possible, we promote equality of opportunity. The equality impact assessment is a systematic and evidence-based tool, which enables us to consider the likely impact of their work on different groups of people. Completion of equality impact assessments is a legal requirement under race, disability and gender equalities legislation.

Equality impact assessments on offender management projects and policies will be published on the prisons, probation and parole service websites.

Contact details

The full versions of the equality impact assessments are available from our equality, diversity and human rights division, which can also provide the information in alternative formats:

Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Division
Ministry of Justice
5th Floor, Selborne House
54 Victoria Street
London
SW1E 6QW

Tel: 0207 210 0683 or 0207 210 8054

Email