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The Liminality Group – an organisation that helps young people to secure a better future – has been awarded a contract with the Central Northwest London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL) to support the delivery of mental health and primary care services within a youth offender’s institution.   The seven-year contract builds on an existing three-year partnership between the two […]

The Liminality Group secures decade-long NHS contract to support young ...




Secure Stairs forms part of specialised health and justice work commissioned through NHS England’s Five Year Forward View for Mental Health launched in 2016 to improve mental healthcare provision across the UK. With funding jointly awarded by the NHS, the Department for Education and the Ministry of Justice, this integrated care framework focuses on young people being accommodated […]

The Liminality Group and Central North and Northwest London NHS ...


The heroin and crack cocaine retail market has been overtaken by the county lines model, which is driving increased violence in the drugs market and the exploitation of young people and vulnerable drug users. The first part of Dame Carol Black’s independent review of drugs can be found here. Click for the full article https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/review-of-drugs-phase-one-report  

The Illicit Drugs Market Is Worth An Estimated £9.4 billion ...



The Home Office has announced today (Wednesday 4 March 2020) that from next month new powers to tackle knife crime will be piloted by the Metropolitan Police.   Knife Crime Prevention Orders (KCPOs) were introduced through the Offensive Weapons Act 2019 and will give officers an additional tool to steer those most at risk away from violent crime. […]

Introduction of Knife Crime Prevention Orders


Fiona Simpson writes in CYP NOW that as many as 40 young offenders may be granted temporary release from young offender institutions and secure training centres due to the coronavirus pandemic. CYP Now understands that young offenders are set to make up one per cent of the 4,000 prisoners eligible for the Ministry of Justice’s temporary release scheme. As many as […]

YOUNG OFFENDERS ELIGIBLE FOR TEMPORARY RELEASE TO EASE SPREAD OF ...


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 […]

TLG Awarded Her Majesty’s Probation and Prison Service Contracts






The former advisor to ex-Prime Minister David Cameron has said there is no reliable way of measuring the impact of youth work and the sector should “stop looking” for one. Paul Oginsky, CEO of Personal Development Point, which helped develop the government’s flagship National Citizen Service (NCS) initiative, said that organisations which work with young people need to […]

Former Cameron advisor: Impossible to measure youth work impact