ERSA’s Response to the Prisons Strategy White Paper

In response to the Prisons Strategy White Paper, ERSA welcomes the increased spending and focus on education, skills and employment support for prisoners throughout their sentences. The promises of a new Prisoner Education Service, more opportunities for work whilst in prison and on Release on Temporary Licence, Resettlement Passports, and the chance to engage with […]

MP Sally-Ann Hart welcomes new service in Hastings

Hastings and Rye MP Sally-Ann Hart has visited a new service which provides a safe and supportive space to help individuals move away from crime and reintegrate back into society. Interventions Alliance, part of the employee owned Seetec Group, which is running the service, was delighted to welcome Sally-Ann Hart to its service hub in […]

PIN: Creating Opportunities Forum Programme

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The objective of the Creating Opportunities Forum is to empower and support young people at risk of serious violence to be able to access employment-related opportunities and help them develop the skills they need to make a successful transition into work. Employment-related opportunities and skills-based activities would be provided by employers in 12 geographical areas […]

Interventions Alliance to provide new Ministry of Justice rehab services aimed at reducing reoffending across four English regions

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Interventions Alliance will provide support to a number of the 89,000 offenders the probation service currently supervises across these regions each year. The contracts include education, training and employment, accommodation, and personal wellbeing support. The aim is to decrease offenders’ motivation to commit crime in future, boosting their chances of securing a job or finding […]

GFSL CRED programme helps ex-offenders into work

CRED (Clean Rehabilitative Enabling and Decent) enables ex-offenders to join purposeful work placements which lead to full time work and financial independence. This significantly reduces the reoffending rate. The aim of CRED is to engage residents in work that improves their skills, confidence and employability. It also contributes to a more decent environment in the […]