Together, we can make a difference and help to prevent further victims.
Who is this service for?
Our community-based response to sexual offending is aimed at those who have committed sexual offences in the past and are committed to leading responsible, productive lives. We work in partnership with criminal justice agencies to reduce the risk of future sexual offending.
Our carefully selected and trained volunteers provide core members with responsible opportunities for safe and constructive reintegration, acting as a support and safety mechanism for both the core member and the community. Circles consist of three to five volunteers initially meeting on a weekly basis as a group with the core member. Circles usually last between 12 and 18 months. Volunteers receive training, ongoing support, and supervision to enable them to support and hold the core member appropriately accountable. Volunteers are subject to an Enhanced DBS check and any expenses incurred are reimbursed.
Our service aims to reduce the risk of future sexual offending by providing support and accountability to those who have committed sexual offences in the past. By doing so, we help to create safer communities and prevent further victims.
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Humbercare is proud to work in partnership with a variety of statutory agencies, voluntary and not-for-profit organisations within the following local authority areas.
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