Archive: November 2016

New report shows “statistically significant result” in reducing prisoner reoffending

New data analysis from a report conducted by the Justice Data Lab (JDL) and the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) provides evidence that prisoners participating in The Clink Charity’s innovative hospitality training scheme reduces reoffending rates, with the report stating the charity has achieved a “statistically significant result”.
The report looked at male ex-offenders who have trained for between six and 18 months at The Clink Restaurants at HMP High Down in Surrey, HMP Brixton in London and HMP Cardiff in Wales. […]

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“Fresh is best”…meet The Clink at HMP High Down’s head chef Brendan

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Meet The Clink Restaurant at HMP High Down’s head chef Brendan Gough and find out what daily life is like in a prison-based kitchen.
On a normal day in the kitchen of The Clink Restaurant at HMP High Down, what do you get up to?
No two days are the same at The Clink which makes every day exciting and challenging. Once the prisoners come down to the kitchen […]

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