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Case Studies for Employing Ex-offenders


I'm trying to develop a 2 hour workshop and am looking for some ideas of case studies to help decide about the recruitment of ex-offenders. Does anyone have any ideas or indication of useful sites.
Brenda Harrison

4 Responses

  1. Try Apex
    You could try looking at the Apex website. They are an organisation who work with ex-offenders to help them into employment so they may have some usueful information. Web address is I think.

    Hope this helps.

  2. Other Options
    Nacro also work with offenders and ex-offenders. You could challenge opinions by starting with a list of high profile offenders now in employment. Geoffry Archer has a criminal record, and I believe that there is a high profile tv/radio presenter who also has previous. There are plenty of examples for case studies if you do a bit of digging round.

  3. great link
    Hi Brenda,

    have a loook at:

    at the inclusion link. They are a government organisation and deal with placing reoffenders into the workplace – great great people even for info.

    Hope they help you as much as they helped me.


  4. response
    There are quite a few EQUAL projects who help ex-offenders. It would be a good idea to approach them and they can provide examples of the people they have helped.

    Try this link. The ones I am familiar with is PRISE, SOVA and NEWLIFE.

    NEWLIFE run seminars for employers in practical help in employing ex-offenders.

    Diversity is a great theme to run this workshop and big firms like Marks&Spencers and industries such as construction and retail all employ ex-offenders.

    Sounds like a good idea to run workshops like these. Good Luck


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