Rehabilitation inside

Derren Hayes
Monday, May 14, 2012

The effective rehabilitation of young people in custody is crucial to aid resettlement and cut their likelihood to reoffend. Derren Hayes visits Cookham Wood young offender institution in Kent to witness first hand its efforts to apply youth work in prison

Cookham Wood’s monthly youth council meetings give inmates the chance to discuss issues and share ideas, allowing them to participate in shaping the institution’s regime. Image: Peter Crane
Cookham Wood’s monthly youth council meetings give inmates the chance to discuss issues and share ideas, allowing them to participate in shaping the institution’s regime. Image: Peter Crane

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