Our rehabilitation programmes have proven that people can change. We help to prevent reoffending by working with perpetrators to tackle the patterns of behaviour that lead them to offend. These programmes are approved by the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) and are delivered as requirements of a formal sentence given by the courts. The programmes are also available to organisations outside of the Criminal Justice System.

You can contact us to enquire about any of these programmes.

RISE Thinking Skills Programme

"I am now able to contain my anger and think through things much more than I ever did before".

Participant from the BBR programme for offenders

This programme uses proven evidence-based models for change to target the behaviours of men who have committed offences of violence or abuse against their current or former female partner. We help them to take positive and tangible steps to prevent reoffending.

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What makes the programme effective?
  • It helps Service Users to gain a better understanding of the impact of their aggression on their partner and children.
  • Consists of 30 sessions involving group and one-to-one sessions.
  • It uses a multi-agency approach.
  • Domestic Abuse Safety Advisors are available to provide support and advice to the victims of the men sentenced to a BBR programme, including helping the victims to create a safety plan.

We help drink drivers to overcome their entrenched patterns of offending by challenging their attitudes and improving their decision making.

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What makes the programme effective?
  • Advice and information on safe drinking behaviour.
  • Group members are required to keep a weekly drink diary.
  • Involves 14 group sessions.

This programme is designed to reduce the risk of reoffending patterns in men and women, with a focus on developing self-management, problem-solving and social interaction skills.

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What makes the programme effective?
  • Consists of 19 sessions with a combination of one-to-one and group work.
  • Specially tailored women-only groups are available and delivered by female facilitators.

This is a comprehensive programme that addresses the types of behaviour that lead offenders to impulsive (reactive) and instrumental (proactive) violent crimes.

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Key features:
  • Consists of 26 sessions involving both one-to-one and group work.
  • Personal tasks to be completed between sessions.

We have centres dedicated to supporting low to medium risk first-time offenders between the ages of 18 to 24.

The centres provide fortnightly 3-hour sessions on Saturdays to prevent reoffending by helping young people to:

  • Reflect on the impact of their behaviour
  • Develop skills for work, managing conflict, and staying safe from knife and gun crime
  • Enhance their awareness of the impact of drugs and alcohol.

The courts can give the offender an Attendance Centre Order (minimum 12 hours, maximum 36 hours) as a stand-alone requirement or combined with other requirements. It can be given for non-payment of fines or breach of other Community Orders.

There are individual centres tailored to the needs of young men or women offenders.

Men’s Senior Attendance Centres

As well as restricting the offender’s liberty, this requirement also offers them an opportunity to learn practical skills such as budgeting, and basic life skills such as cooking healthily.
Available in: Croydon, Greenwich, Hounslow, Mill Hill and Stratford.

Women’s Senior Attendance Centre

The centre has experience in tackling key drivers of crime in young women such as coercive behaviour and unhealthy relationships. It is facilitated by female staff and provides access to community support networks to address individual needs such as learning and employment opportunities.
Available at: Camden Women’s Centre.

Our partners include: