See everything Careers in Justice has achieved in its first few months since launch in our first Quarterly Review.
A recent prison inspection report by the IMB has praised HMP Ashfield for treating inmates humanely and decently.
Novus learner wins an Amends People Award at HMP Highpoint for his passion and drive for his Business studies.
Geoff Sykes, a Milton Keynes College Cookery teacher at HMP Gartree, has won a national prison education award.
Prison and police officers will be the first beneficiaries of the government plan to relax the public sector pay cap.
A call to revive the focus on Offender Rehabilitation by a government thinktank may free up 7,000 prison places.
Learners from HMP Manchester took part in a city wide book-bench project as part of a Novus Offender Education scheme.
Children are suffering due to the rules that say prisoners cannot be visited if they behave badly says Barnados.
Prisoners at HMP Bristol will get in-cell telephones and computers to help them to stay in touch with their families.
A recent government report has recognised the importance of maintaining strong family ties to reduce reoffending.
Charity, Beating Time, has launched a new scheme to connect local employers to former offenders through song.
MK College Offender Education Staff took to the sky to celebrate helping over 200 learners into real employment.
A Novus family day at HMP Buckley was a fantastic success and an opportunity to explore new musical genres.
Employment prevents reoffending, but many ex-offenders are unemployed. We look at Ban the Box to see how it could help.
HMP Wymott has piloted a new family plan, with support from Novus, to strengthen the family links for offenders.
What is Through the Gate (TTG) and how can it help prevent reoffending? Careers in Justice takes a look.
Since the general election, a new MP has become Justice Secretary, but what should we expect from the newcomer?
We look at the Conservative and Labour manifestos to see what they are pledging to do for the justice sector.
A Horticulture Tutor at HMP Coldingley and his students have planned the launch of a new horticulture business.
Café Britannia has teamed up with HMP Coldingley to open a new café which will be staffed by inmates.
New governor at HMP Lewes, has offered dozens of jobs to new Prison Officers at an increased starting salary.
A prison garden initiative, organised by The Clink Gardens at HMP Send, will be displayed at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Former Arsenal FC, David Dein, held the attention of Novus learners at HMYOI Cookham Wood with an excellent speech.
A new partnership, led by Fred Sirieix, aims to give young offenders hospitality training to help them on release.
As of this week, HMPPS has officially replaced NOMS, but what is HMPPS and how is it different to NOMS?
Two new prisons to be built as part of a £1.3 billion government pledge to create 10,000 prison places by 2020.
Ofsted has praised Novus' Education provision at HMP Wymott for helping prisoners turn their lives around.
Beating Time aims to give prisoners the skills they need to stop reoffending through music and song.
Everyone is talking about HMP Berwyn, but what is it and why is it causing such a stir within the media?
New prison and courts bill will give governors more control over offender education, rehabilitation and employment.
Offploy has teamed up with Milton Keynes College to focus and encourage offender education and employment.
Thousands of prison officers are now in line for an immediate pay rise in a bid to boost future staffing levels.
Offender learners at Weston College have raised hundreds of pounds for the charity PACT by selling their artwork.
Following a recent prison inspection, HMP Norwich has been praised for its strong leadership and good progress.
Novus has launched a partnership with Q Hotels Catering Academy to improve learners' job prospects on release.
The royal seal of approval is being given to two Novus workers for the fantastic work they do within OLASS.
Young Novus learners had the chance to tell Justice Secretary Liz Truss what they want to do in their future careers.
University students to study alongside prisoners as part of new educational schemes designed to promote learning.
Unlocking Nature, a gardening project created by the Conservation Foundation, is being introduced at HMP Wandsworth.
Congratulations HMP Whatton - the first closed adult male prison to be judged outstanding across all aspects by Ofsted.
Coleg Cambria and Novus have celebrated the launch of their new education and training partnership – Novus Cambria.
Congratulations to the Novus staff who have been recognised with the prestigious Butler Trust award for their hard work!
Halfords opens a training facility at HMP Drake Hall aimed at female prisoners who want to be bike mechanics.
A prisoner greeting scheme for men leaving HMP Leeds is attracting attention throughout the UK because it works.
HMP and YOI Thorn Cross open prison in Warrington has been praised by inspectors for its good outcomes for prisoners.
Organisations working with offenders say that lack of opportunities and funding is contributing to the reoffending rate.
The Clink Charity has found that participants in their hospitality schemes are significantly less likely to reoffend.
Inspectors have praised HMP Leyhill for it's training, good relationships and outstanding teaching provision.