Crime, Offending and Anti-social Behaviour

Our belief is that positive change is possible for everyone. Therefore, a key objective is to maximise opportunities for offenders to make amends for their crime, develop constructive links with their families and communities, tackle the underlying reasons behind their offending and make good use of a range of support services when they leave prison and resettle in the community.  

We are also serious about community cohesion and respect between generations – we develop and support projects to this end.

Mending Fences

The Mending Fences project was set up with a three-year grant from the Nuffield Foundation in November 2002. It had five key aims: Support and strengthen the work of community […]

SHOUT Youth and Community Project

SHOUT was a youth and community development project set up in 2006 to address residents’ concerns about anti social behaviour and community cohesion on social housing estates in Oxfordshire. The […]

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