This group is responsible for advising ministers and officials on reducing reoffending.
Role of the group
The Reducing Reoffending Third Sector Advisory Group was established in 2008 to provide advice to ministers and officials on reducing reoffending.
It draws on voluntary sector expertise and works to present concerns and opinions about future priorities, issues and policies that might affect the sector.
The group is made up of representatives from across the voluntary and community sector. Members were recruited through open advertisement against a person specification. Meetings are held quarterly and are attended by senior officials from both the Ministry of Justice and the National Offender Management Service.
|Clive Martin (chair)||Clinks|
|Jeremy Crook||Black Training & Enterprise Group|
|Deborah Cowley||Action for Prisoners’ Families|
|Norma Hoyte||PLIAS Resettlement|
|Mark Johnson||User Voice|
|Cathy Stancer||Lankelly Chase|
|Martin Kinsella, MBE||P3 Charity|
|Rob Owen||St Giles Trust|
|KSimon Pellew, MBE||Time for Families|
|John Trainor||London Action Trust|
|Tim Robertson||Koestler Trust and Chair of the Arts Alliance|
|Jackie Russell||Women’s Breakout|