Offenders paying back for their crimes are helping to rejuvenate Plymouth’s streets through an innovative partnership.
A Dorset man ordered to undertake 180 hours of Community Payback activity after an assault said he will continue to volunteer with the organisation he had been placed with.
A group of Dorset churchgoers have celebrated 25 years of partnership working with offenders and their probation workers.
Offenders completing Community Payback activity have rescued a small hamlet on Dartmoor from being transformed into a quagmire.
A group of former offenders has transformed a disused and overgrown area into what will become a tranquil urban garden as part of a project to support community learning in Exeter.
A village bowling club has heaped praised on a group of ex-offenders who have cut back overgrown trees and hedges to spruce up the venue.
Elderly churchgoers are receiving hearty lunches made by offenders looking to ‘pay back’ for their crimes, as part of an innovative project in Exeter.
A group of offenders is helping to restore one of Plymouth’s famous landmarks back to its former glory.
A three storey building in Saltash has been given a fresh new look after being refurbished by a group of former offenders.
A group of offenders have been given glowing reports after completing a five-day training course at Falmouth Community Fire Station.
Senior figures from across the South West have met to discuss the next steps in a bid to improve outcomes for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) offenders in the region.