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Criminal records: Who can help?

Criminal records: Who can help?There is a lot of support available for people with criminal records who want to put their past behind them.

Take a look at the following organisations that may be able to help you move on.

Apex Charitable Trust Limited

The Apex Trust aims to reduce crime by helping ex-offenders into work
It aims to improve the job prospects of people with a criminal record, work directly with offenders and provide a training and support service through a network of local centres.
Helpline: 0870 608 4567
Email: jobcheck@apextrust.com
Website: www.apextrust.com
Opening Hours: Jobcheck helpline open Mon-Fri 10-4pm

Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB)

You can find your nearest Citizens Advice Bureau from the online directory on the main CAB website or by calling 0202 833 2181.
Website: www.citizensadvice.org.uk

Criminal Records Bureau (CRB)

The CRB is a branch of the Home Office. It is there to help organisations make safer recruitment decisions. The CRB helps employers identify candidates who may be unsuitable for certain work, especially work involving contact with children or other vulnerable members of society.
Helpline: 0870 90 90 811
Website: www.crb.gov.uk

Nacro

Nacro runs youth activity units which work on a range of schemes for children and young people. It also manages Safer Cities projects in locations throughout Britain, which involve young people in various ways.
Nacro has also been involved in improving neighbourhood safety for many years. Contact them for details of projects and publications in this area.
Telephone: 0300 123 1889
Email: helpline@nacro.org.uk
Website: www.nacro.org.uk

UNLOCK, The National Association of Reformed Offenders

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There is a lot of support available for people with criminal records who want to put their past behind them.

Apex Charitable Trust LimitedTake a look at the following organisations that may be able to help you move on.

The Apex Trust aims to reduce crime by helping ex-offenders into work
It aims to improve the job prospects of people with a criminal record, work directly with offenders and provide a training and support service through a network of local centres.
Helpline: 0870 608 4567
Email: jobcheck@apextrust.com
Website: www.apextrust.com
Opening Hours: Jobcheck helpline open Mon-Fri 10-4pm

Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB)

You can find your nearest Citizens Advice Bureau from the online directory on the main CAB website or by calling 0202 833 2181.
Website: www.citizensadvice.org.uk

Criminal Records Bureau (CRB)

The CRB is a branch of the Home Office. It is there to help organisations make safer recruitment decisions. The CRB helps employers identify candidates who may be unsuitable for certain work, especially work involving contact with children or other vulnerable members of society.
Helpline: 0870 90 90 811
Website: www.crb.gov.uk

National Association for the Care & Resettlement of Offenders (NACRO)

NACRO runs eight youth activity units which work on a range of schemes for children and young people. It also manages Safer Cities projects in locations throughout Britain, which involve young people in various ways.
NACRO has also been involved in improving neighbourhood safety for many years. Contact them for details of projects and publications in this area.
Telephone: 020 7840 6464
Email: helpline@nacro.org.uk
Website: www.nacro.org.uk

UNLOCK, The National Association of Reformed Offenders

UNLOCK campaigns for better facilities for serving prisoners to plan for life after release. The organisation also supports ex-offenders in leaving crime behind them and rebuilding their lives.
Telephone: 01634 247350
Email: enquiries@unlock.org.uk
Website: www.unlock.org.uk

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ns for better facilities for serving prisoners to plan for life after release. The organisation also supports ex-offenders in leaving crime behind them and rebuilding their lives.
Telephone: 01634 247350
Email: enquiries@unlock.org.uk
Website: www.unlock.org.uk

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