Sports Connect’s work with Novus and HMPPS at Cookham Wood YOI in Kent offers an exciting blueprint for how sport and community partnerships can positively impact on reoffending.+ 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 our network in their efforts to reduce violence, crime and reoffending.+ Discover more
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“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.
“The Alliance of Sport are continually innovating and seeking creative ways to respond to some of the most difficult challenges in the justice system. Their work is to be greatly applauded.” – Prof. Rosie Meek
Ahead of his epic four-day world record attempt to raise money to support the Alliance of Sport, David Haze explains how time in prison sparked a passion for sport in criminal justice.+ Read more
DIVERT Lancashire, a project to cut reoffending rates which involves the community trusts of Lancashire's professional football clubs, is set to kick off in earnest.+ Read more
Public Health England has released a newly developed online training course on Psychological First Aid (PFA) for supporting children and young people in emergency and crisis situations.+ Read more