Prison practice commander intrigue sees ‘100% success rate’

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A new intrigue directed during removing prisoners into practice on recover has seen all of a participants find work.

Employment gift – Shaw Trust Scotland – delivered a intrigue during HMP Low Moss nearby Bishopbriggs.

Of a 11 participants holding partial in a programme, 6 are now in practice with a other 5 securing jobs forward of their release.

Shaw Trust pronounced a intrigue was designed to assistance tackle re-offending in Scotland.

Those holding partial in a intrigue were offering recommendation and training in CV essay and talk skills starting 12 weeks before to their release.

The intrigue took into care their possess particular ambitions and ability sets, along with their practice history.

The gift also organised for suitable employers to revisit a jail to talk participants for roles on their release.

Commenting on a success of a pilot, Ashley McCloy, Operations Manager for Shaw Trust in Scotland, said:

“Offenders are reduction expected to dedicate crime after recover if they are given a collection to change their lives for a improved and can see a transparent track into employment.

“Given a success of a pilot, Shaw Trust Scotland is looking to offer a programme to some-more prisoners during HMP Low Moss, with a long-term perspective of integrating it into a core services offering during prisons opposite a country.”

Shaw Trust Scotland is a inhabitant employment, disability, training and skills gift that manages and delivers a Department for Work and Pensions’ inhabitant incapacity practice programme, Work Choice.

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