The Alliance of Sport in Criminal Justice has been named on the official shortlist for Legal & General’s Not A Red Card Awards 2019 in the 'Collaboration' category.+ Read more
We want to build a better and safer society through the use of sport in the criminal justice system and by actively helping the Sport for Development sector in their mission to reduce violence, crime and reoffending.+ Discover more
We are an organisation that is built on a membership
“I love the Alliance because it’s full of inspirational people working across different fields with a shared vision, coming together to make a difference.” - Jackie Roberts, Public Health England.
“Being in the Alliance means we become part of a much bigger story and a stronger proposition.” – Stuart Felce, StreetGames.
Rowing is proving to be a highly effective engagement tool with young people at risk of offending - thanks to London Youth Rowing’s Life Skills programme.+ Read more
Find out how the Streetbase programme combines sport, young volunteers and an innovative ‘activity map’ to support young people at-risk of crime in Waltham Forest, East London.+ Read more
The Alliance of Sport is delighted to see recognition in the Youth Justice Board’s 2019-20 business plan of the role sport plays in supporting young people in the criminal justice system.+ Read more