COMMENDEE 2015-16: Fatima, an Officer & Therapeutic Community Specialist at HMP Grendon, is Commended after being nominated by five prisoners for the dedication and caring approach she demonstrates in her role.
COMMENDEES 2015-16: Chris, David, Chris and Matthew, who together comprise the gym team at HMP/YOI Parc, are Commended for their contribution both to the health and wellbeing of prisoners, and to the wider prison regime.
COMMENDEE 2015-16: Andy receives a Commendation for his work as a volunteer with Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire & Rutland CRC, in helping to turn around ‘Minnie’s Friends’, a drop-in centre “for vulnerable people of all ages”.
COMMENDEE 2015-16: Lynda, Learning & Skills Manager at HMP Durham, is Commended for setting up the ‘Judge & Barista’ coffee shop, which is open to staff and the public, and provides jobs to local unemployed people, including former offenders.
COMMENDEE 2015-16: Phil is the Community Inclusion Manager (and Arts & Community Lead) at HMP/YOI Parc and is Commended for his work in promoting a more inclusive LGBT environment in the prison and across the sector.
COMMENDEE 2015-16: Belinda, a Custodial Manager at HMP Hewell, receives a Commendation for the dedication, compassion and skill she shows in all aspects of her work, towards prisoners, her colleagues and the wider community.
COMMENDEE 2015-16: Nigel, a Senior Probation Officer with London CRC, is Commended in particular for his work in developing one-to-one interventions for offenders not suitable for accredited group programmes.
COMMENDEE 2015-16: Kirsty earns a Commendation for her work as an Offender Supervisor at HMP Peterborough, and is described in her nomination, supported by a number of prisoners, as “exceptional”, “inspiring” and “a great role model”.
COMMENDEE 2015-16: Walter, formerly a Residential Officer at HMP Shotts, receives a Commendation for his contribution to the management and care of Veterans in Custody, both in the prison and across the Scottish Prison Service.
COMMENDEE 2015-16: Allan, from the Wise Group, is Commended for his work, drawing on personal experience, in supporting offenders with complex needs and helping to prevent knife crime in South Lanarkshire.
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