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Crime and justice

Read our selection of case studies from projects working with offenders, ex-offenders, those at risk of offending and victims of crime. If this sounds like your project then send us a case study and we’ll add it to this section.

Read and view more case studies from this sector on the justmentoring website 

 
  • APS good practice examples for projects working in the justice sector

    This document will enable mentoring projects working in the justice sector to look at specific examples of how other projects have implemented the Approved Provider Standard (APS) in practice.
    Resource type: leaflet
    Price: Free
  • The Liverpool Mentoring Project

    The Liverpool Mentoring Project is run by the New Bridge Foundation who’ve been creating links between offenders and the community since 1956. The organisation’s intention is not to forget the victims of crime but to prevent more people becoming victims.
  • Shaathi Mentoring Project

    The Shaathi Mentoring Project was set up in 2002 to implement an early intervention approach in working with disadvantaged and deprived young people and young adults from the Black, Asian, Minority and Ethnic communities within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
 
 

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