Through the Gate: James back on track thanks to P3

Through the Gate: James back on track thanks to P3 image

P3, is a charity and social enterprise, who care about people. It runs a variety of services across the UK, that aim to give everyone the chance to be part of the community they live in and feel connected to society. With West Yorkshire CRC, P3 work with clients with multiple and complex needs clients…

Through the Gate: Amanat back home thanks to Catch 22

Through the Gate: Amanat back home thanks to Catch 22 image

West Yorkshire CRC commissions Catch 22 to run the Through The Gate service across West Yorkshire. Through The Gate makes sure that each prisoner has a resettlement plan starting before their release to prepare them for leaving jail. Our aim is to make sure that they do not reoffend. The service we commission aims to…

“When I was first sent to prison I felt very low and wondered how I would cope”

“When I was first sent to prison I felt very low and wondered how I would cope” image

Reformed offender Nevada Smith is hoping to branch out into a new career following completion of his arborist course. The 36-year-old, who was sentenced to 132 months and is currently on licence, has been awarded a grant from the Hardman Trust to fund his training as he completes his rehabilitation. The Hardman Trust aims increase…

Through The Gate… saving lives

Through The Gate… saving lives image

People working in probation really do make a difference to service users’ lives. West Yorkshire CRC’s Through The Gate provision delivered by Matt Elvins from HMPS and Chelcey Huxley from St Giles Trust recently received the following letter from Richard Walpole, who experienced TTG first-hand. He shares his story here: Basically, Matt I have written…

Denise Tye: ‘A new and bright future has opened up to me’

Denise Tye: ‘A new and bright future has opened up to me’ image

Denise Tye from Castleford was placed on Community Payback after she failed to declare changes to her circumstances while continuing to accept state benefits. This means Denise had to complete a set number of unpaid work hours for a particular community project in her case the local YMCA charity shop. Community Payback projects vary from…