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Wipers Youth CIC is a social enterprise providing specialist provision for young people involved with the youth justice system. It offers three main services: one-to-one support and supervision; group work programmes; and specialist mentoring.

LandWorks is an independent charity based in South Devon that provides a supported route into employment and the community for people in prison, or at risk of going to prison.

User Voice builds the structures that enable productive collaboration between service users and service providers in the criminal justice system. User Voice is able to do this because its work is led and delivered by people with lived experience, giving the charity the special ability to gain the trust of, access to, and insight from people within the criminal justice system.

The Centre for Criminology was established in 2001 and comprises a team of active researchers and research students with specialisms in homicide and violence, policing, youth justice and youth policy, probation and prisons, rehabilitation and resettlement, prisoners’ children and families, substance misuse, green, global and transnational criminology, crime prevention, animal abuse, informal justice and alternatives to prosecution and imprisonment.

Transform Justice is a national charity working for a fair, humane, open and effective justice system. It promotes change by generating research and evidence to show how the system works and how it could be improved, and by persuading the public to support those changes and practitioners and politicians to make them.

The Social Interest Group provides person-centred social and health care solutions. Utilising strength-based models of working, it specialises in rehabilitating and supporting people who have complex needs.

The Thames Valley Partnership works to ensure victims of crime, those involved in criminal activity, and families impacted by crime have the support they need to take control of their lives and make positive changes.

Switchback provides intensive 1-to-1 support and real work training to young men leaving prison in London.

Sussex Pathways provides volunteer key worker services for prison leavers, as well as rehabilitation support within prisons and a restorative justice service that works pre and post-release with people who have committed crimes and victims.

Strawberry Fields Training provides specialised training, advice and support to vulnerable young people and adults at risk of offending or reoffending.

The St Giles Trust aims to help break the cycle of prison, crime and disadvantage and create safer communities by supporting people to change their lives. It uses expertise and real-life past experiences to empower people

The Revolving Doors Agency is a charity working across England to change systems, improve services for people with multiple problems who are in contact with the criminal justice system, and end the revolving door of crime.

Restore Support Network provides personalised one-to-one support for older people in prison prior to release, as well as for people with criminal convictions in the community who are over 50 years of age and have physical, mental health or social care needs.

Restorative Thinking works with Police and Crime Commissioners, prison and probation services and youth justice services to implement and develop restorative and relational ways of working

RECOOP promotes the care, resettlement and rehabilitation of older people who have committed crimes, in prison and in the community.

The Corbett Network for Prisoner Re-integration is a coalition of major rehabilitation charities and organisations dedicated to reducing reoffending by supporting people with convictions to find and keep a job. Members offer mentoring, coaching, training and ongoing support.

The Centre for Justice Innovation seeks to build a justice system which every citizen believes is fair and effective. It provides hands on support to practitioners in the justice system to help them develop and share innovative and effective practice; conducts research into how things work right now and how they could work better; and promotes evidence-based, innovative justice policy reforms.

Advance works with women who experience domestic abuse and women who have committed crime or are at risk of offending in London.

GreenSquareAccord provides supported accommodation and community-based services to people with convictions and homeless people at risk of offending.

Access2Advice aims to break the cycle of reoffending by offering training and work placements that improves skills and qualifications, which in turn improves confidence and motivation to gain employment.