December 27th, 2013

REFORM RESTORE RESPECT ANNOUNCED AS A SHARED WINNER OF THE HEART OF THE COMMUNITY AWARDS 2013 IN KENT

FOR ten years, the Heart of the Community Awards has championed the “tireless and selfless” efforts of people across west Kent and East Sussex.  On Friday  15th November 2013, volunteers and supporters gathered at the Trinity Theatre, in Tunbridge Wells, not knowing if they would get a share of £15,000. Founded on an enduring partnership

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December 27th, 2013

CHANGING LIVES TOGETHER:- NOMS NEWSLETTER “Ex-gang member inspires and impresses”

Sarah Billiald, Substantive Chief Executive of Kent Probation Trust, said: “We are extremely proud of Francis. His determination to turn his life around is incredibly inspirational and shows the work of the criminal justice system at its best.  “While the choice to stop offending was Francis’s, a number of professionals in the criminal justice system, in particular his Probation Officer Mark Collinson, have helped him to

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October 27th, 2013

REFORM RESTORE RESPECT SERVICES BROCHURE

Reform Restore Respect has produced a prospectus of some of the interventions, programmes and services we can offer or develop for your schools, colleges PRU’s, youth centres, prisons and probation services to help change behaviours, lives and communities. Please Follow the link below to our brochure to read more: http://issuu.com/3rrr/docs/www.reformrestorerespect.org

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October 27th, 2013

KENT PROBATION PARTNERSHIP NEWS AUTUMN 2013

FOLLOW THE LINK TO THIS EDITION: http://www.kentprobation.org/documents/2013-10-Partnership_News_-_Autumn_2013v3.pdf read more about: Francis’s award and inspirational story to set up his own charity to help others to steer away from crime Partners working together to improve victim services Victim satisfaction with Kent Probation’s service Offenders work at Heritage Park is wins a Green Flag award

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October 27th, 2013

FRANCIS FINALIST FOR NATIONAL AWARD

A former gang member who has set up a charity where he delivers presentations to others to help them steer away from a life of crime, has been shortlisted for a No Offence Award by a public vote. Francis, a notorious gang member has spent nearly a third of his life in prison after committing

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