April is Justice Month

A CSV pre-release prison volunteer working with the elderly

At least 70,000 people give their time voluntarily to work with victims of crime, offenders and within the criminal justice process. Many more contribute to work to increase the safety of our neighbourhoods. Volunteers bring fresh approaches and commitment to both the capacity and the quality of these services.

And voluntary participation in crime prevention and criminal justice mean the system is more trusted and responsive to the needs of all our communities.

During April we're celebrating the essential contribution made by volunteers in often challenging and responsible roles.

Volunteering opportunities in justice

Why do people do it?

Events during Justice Month will show some of the voluntary opportunities available within the justice system, including how to make communities safer.

Learn more about volunteering in justice

To find out more about the volunteering opportunities in justice: