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 NEW free Management Guide: Employing Ex-offenders: Making the Right Choice

A recent article in The Caterer highlighted the UK hospitality industry’s increasing demand for qualified chefs, including the projected need to recruit 11,000 chefs by 2022… 162 more words

Employment

Recidivism Risk Reduction Act & Other Initiatives to Reform Prisons

I first want to apologize to my followers for being negligent in posting. The last couple of years has taken time for adjustment. I am back now and more focused than ever. 3,517 more words

Ex-offenders

Should Ched Evans ever be allowed to play football again?

It’s a topic which has spread beyond your usual football debate with your mates. It seems the nation has an opinion on whether Ched Evans should ever play football again. 576 more words

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Reference Questions. What are the Inmates interested in anyway?

Occasionally, I like to examine what the patrons are asking about. In prison the Librarian is permitted to go online to answer questions that are sent in or hand delivered on request forms. 230 more words

Finally released!

One of our ex-prisoner editors was released today after 8 years in prison.

We will be supporting him and he will be continuing to work for us on a voluntary basis with a view to employing him as a home editor in the future. 46 more words

Ex-offenders

Interview with Erwin James

Q: What are your thoughts on the current prison standards in the UK and treatment of prisoners?

A: Prison standards have fallen over the years. In some respects they’re better because we have integral sanitation. 4,112 more words

Bring Back Borstal

This Thursday, 8th January 2015, at 9pm on ITV a new programme is airing. ‘Bring Back Borstal’ is a programme aiming to put a number of young offenders through a 1930’s ‘borstal’ style regime. 99 more words