NEW REPORT- What’s Your Story? 2011

The new What’s Your Story? 2011 report has been published. Excluded Youth Project: How Can We Work Together to Reduce Youth Crime? is our latest report which covers the 2011 version of User Voice’s Excluded Youth Project. Launched in summer 2011, it included 36 focus groups in seven regions with 175 of the most marginalised young...
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User Voice is working in Partnership with Catch22

User Voice and Catch22 have formed an exciting partnership that builds on our respective strengths.  Our first project together is for Kent Probation. User Voice’s strength is that it is run by ex-offenders, and has the experience and understanding to enable offenders who are subject to supervision to express their views and to positively impact...
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Bob Ashford joins User Voice

Bob Ashford, the ex-Director of Strategy at the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales, is to join User Voice. Bob has spent a lifetime working with young people. A qualified social worker and Children’s Services Manager, Bob was one of the first Youth Offending Team managers in the country before joining the YJB, first...
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What’s Your Story RE-LAUNCHED for 2011

It’s BIGGER than last year! What’s Your Story? 2011 is a new and inspirational young offender engagement project designed by User Voice, at the invitation of the Youth Justice Board. Between now and the Annual Youth Justice Convention in November, User Voice will be working across England & Wales with 600 young people who have...
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London Probation Trust Service User Council Pilot

Our latest project is something never tried before! It is an amazing and unique opportunity for users of probation services to have their voices heard. London Probation Trust (LPT) has commissioned User Voice to develop service user councils in four London boroughs:1. Greenwich2. Haringey3. Kingston & Richmond4. Tower HamletsSo if you are on Probation in...
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