The Alliance of Sport’s Theory of Change (ToC) has been analysed by experts in the field of sport and criminal justice to open it up to academic critique and debate.+ 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.
Professor Rosie Meek, author of last year’s landmark Sporting Chance review is launching a new project and needs the help of the Alliance of Sport’s Community of Practice.+ Read more
The Alliance of Sport in Criminal Justice won the ‘Collaboration Award’ at Tuesday night’s Legal & General Not A Red Card Awards at the Kia Oval in London.+ Read more
90 Minutes of Freedom is the self-published debut book by Jamie Grundy which tells the unique story of HMP Prescoed FC, the only prisoner football team in Wales.+ Read more