The Liminality Group (TLG) in partnership with The PYE Project (Positive Youth Education) have been awarded contracts by Her Majesty’s Probation and Prison Service (HMPPS) for the continued delivery of services within young offenders custodial institutions and Secure Training Centres.
Both organisations have delivered services including a bespoke Offending Behaviour Programme, Employability Programmes (ROTL) and other services in order to support some of the most complex and vulnerable young people held on remand or sentenced.
Andrez Harriott, CEO and Founder of The Liminality Group said, ” We are delighted to continue the delivery of services, in partnership with (PYE) to over 150 young people held in custody annually. Our services support young people who have been subjected to traumatic experiences and those who have distorted views of themselves and their current of future place within wider society.
The current landscape of youth offending is complex requiring specialist skills to engage with those most at risk and those causing the most harm. I am proud that we can continue this vital work in addition to supporting staff and key stakeholders, by helping them to explore their own practice when working with this vulnerable group. I would also like to thank our private sector partners who continue to support TLG and provide opportunities for young people released from custody”.
Her Majesty’s Probation and Prison Service (HMPPS) is an executive agency sponsored by the Ministry of Justice, responsible for carrying out sentences given by the courts, in custody and the community, and rehabilitate people in their care through education and employment.