Update from the Prison Work Coach team

The Prison Work Coach team at HMP Norwich and Wayland have launched a new newsletter. The newsletter provides an update from Claire, Rachel and Mary on their work with prisoners and businesses to build links and develop positive employment opportunities. December 2018...

GtoE apprentice nets national accolade

A dream has come true for a Norfolk apprentice who has turned her life around thanks to a scheme launched by the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner and the Department for Work and Pensions. Alex Burzec, a Support Coordinator at Home Group, found employment through...

Landmark Reached!

Gateway to Employment, an initiative which helps ex-offenders find work, has achieved a significant landmark with 75 employers having signed up. The campaign is led by Police and Crime Commissioner, Lorne Green, together with the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP)....

Meet our Employers

Gateway to Employment is a joint initiative between the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk and the Department of Work and Pensions.  This exciting and ground-breaking initiative is aiming to break down barriers to employment for people with criminal...

Initiative to get offenders back into employment

On Tuesday 12 April, Broadland District Council’s Economic Development team invited businesses of all sizes to their offices at Carrowbreck House to find out more about a ground-breaking initiative in Norfolk which aims to help people with a criminal record get back...
Norfolk’s Prisons

Norfolk’s Prisons

Our Prisons Our prisons positively help offenders to reintegrate in to the community by providing employment and training opportunities and working with the local business community. Working in an “employment like” atmosphere gives offenders the opportunity to learn...