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Remedi was established in 1996 with the simple aim of offering victims of crime the opportunity to engage in a restorative intervention with the person responsible. It provides restorative services and support as a means of addressing conflict in any setting – criminal justice, social care, schools and the workplace.

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.

Offploy is a social enterprise formed by ex-prisoners to help those with convictions secure employment and lead a positive life.

The Alcohol and Drug Service works in partnership to support people affected by substance misuse to make positive change.

The Muslim Women in Prison Project from Khidmat Centres is grassroots research and resettlement programme for Muslim women in custody and after they are released. The project also serves as a voice for marginalised minority female groups in the criminal justice system.

The Margaret Carey Foundation promotes restorative justice in prisons. The Foundation delivers community and prison-based work projects; ensures prison trainees pay back and make amends to society as they serve their sentences; benefits the environment by recycling unwanted items; helps communities in need, at home and abroad.

The Partners of Prisoners and Family Support Group (POPS) provides information and support to the families of people who have committed crimes, from their earliest contact with the criminal justice system through to release and beyond.