It is hugely disappointing that the extension of support and supervision to short sentenced prisoners is, as yet, failing in its aim to break what for many can be a ‘revolving door’ of crisis and crime.
"I wanted to try and change the system and help others"
I found out about Revolving Doors through a friend who was doing a project with them. I got involved in the project as I wanted to try and change the system and help others avoid the pitfalls that I had.
THE REVOLVING DOOR
HAS BEEN IN 2015/6
- Involving 1,000 people with experience of the system’s failings
- 200 members collaborating in our ground-breaking research network
- Ongoing national roll-out of liaison and diversion services
Revolving Doors is expanding. Find out more and apply for a variety of roles across our research, service user involvement and central office functions.
Proposed changes to the way that supported housing rent is met would have placed many services and the hundreds of thousands of people who use them at risk. Today, the Government has announced measures that will provide some reassurance.