August 18, 2021
The Corbett Network for Prisoner Re-Integration is a coalition of charities, social enterprises, CICs, non-profit organisations and businesses with a social mission who work with those in prison and after release. These decision-makers are dedicated to reducing re-offending by helping people with convictions find and keep a job. Members also offer mentoring, coaching, training, and on-going support.
96 Piccotts End, Herts, HP1 3AT, United Kingdom
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No. of Paid Staff
Does the organisation involve volunteers with experience of the criminal justice system?
Primary Field of Work
Collaboration and partnership working
Custody or Community
Social Enterprise - non-profit
East | East Midlands | London | North East | North West | South East | South West | Wales | West Midlands | Yorkshire and the Humber
Fields of Work
Advice & advocacy | Attitudes, thinking and behaviour | Case management | Collaboration and partnership working | Commissioning | Counselling | Employment | Housing & homelessness | Legal advice | Lobbying & campaigning | Mentoring & befriending | Offender management | Peer support | Personal development | Prison reform | Prisons | Probation reform | Resettlement | Restorative justice | Service user involvement | Through the gate | Training
People you work with
Racially minoritised people | Children | Ex-service personnel | Families | Foreign nationals | Lesbian, gay, bisexual people | Men | Older people | People with disabilities | Prisoners with short sentences | Remand prisoners | Serious offenders | Sex offenders | Victims | Women | Young people
Racially minoritised people specialist services
Arab | Asian Other | Bangladeshi | Black | Black African | Black British | Black Caribbean | Foreign Nationals | Indian | Irish | Pakistani