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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Tomorrow’s Wome...

January 15th, 2019

The Royal couple visited Tomorrow’s Women Wirral (TWW), a probation-backed charity, to meet service users and learn about their experiences. TWW is...

Butler Trust recognition for probation duo

November 12th, 2018

Mark Pimblett and Sam Bradshaw have earned accolades from the country’s most prestigious award scheme for prison and probation officers.

Interserve community rehabilitation companies delive...

November 8th, 2018

Offenders working on community payback after being sentenced for criminal offences have contributed over half a million hours in unpaid work to the...

Interserve signs contract to provide employment serv...

September 19th, 2017

Interserve has signed a £12 million contract with the Ministry of Justice to run six employment workshops at HMP Berwyn, a large new prison in Wrex...

Interserve-backed Capacity opens in Liverpool

May 30th, 2017

A new Interserve-backed organisation to help voluntary, community and social enterprises (VCSEs) across Merseyside opened in Liverpool this week.

Interserve to open up thousands of job opportunities...

May 8th, 2017

Interserve, together with its supply chain, will seek to make a lasting difference to the employment prospects of ex-offenders by opening up thousa...


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Interserve Industries praised for COVID-19 response

Interserve’s team at HMP Berwyn has temporarily changed roles to support the prison’s response to COVID-19.

Soldiers to Selfbuilders: Interserve joins Forces With Veterans

As our Opportunities for All campaign turns its attention to some of the work we do to support ex-service personnel, we shine a light on a project we have been working...

Why Women In The Criminal Justice System Should Be Treated Differently

When it comes to the criminal justice system, the needs of women are different to men and need to be addressed in a different way.