TImes reports on employing ex-offenders
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The Times reports on services’ success of employing ex-offenders

Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company’s success in using people who were previously on probation to help others turn their lives around has made the national news.

The Times reports on how the service has employed 18 people who had previously been on probation. Three work as case support workers and the others as Community Payback supervisors.

In the article, The Times’ Journalist Richard Ford met with John* one of our case support workers. He finds out how John went from falling foul of the law to reducing reoffending.

The work by John and other case support workers has reduced breaches and recalls of people they are supporting.

Following Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company’s success, Chief Executive Suki Binning says she is going to hire more people who have previously been on probation.

Read the full story here (Times subscription needed): Ex-convicts help offenders to change