By combining our experience from across the public, voluntary and private sectors, we aim to deliver a step-change in the provision of offender rehabilitation services to help reduce reoffending rates in the UK.
The Reducing Reoffending Partnership Board
The Chair of the Reducing Reoffending Partnership (RRP) Board is Jack Sawyer, Chief Executive Officer of Ingeus UK. All Board Directors are responsible for the management of the company’s business in accordance with the company’s constitution, known as The Articles of Association. They ensure that RRP and its two Community Rehabilitation Companies demonstrate a high standard of corporate governance. They also ensure that they act with probity, declaring any interest in a proposed transaction or other arrangement either as an individual or before the company enters into it.
The Chair of the Board and all board members are directors of RRP.
Adam Hart is the CEO of RRP.
Listed below is the full membership of the RRP Board – with primary titles – which includes:
  • Jack Sawyer, CEO of Ingeus UK
  • Greg Meyerowitz, APM Group Finance Director
  • Adam Hart, CEO of RRP
  • Rob Owen, CEO of St Giles Trust
  • Mark Moody, CEO of CGL
St Giles Trust
St Giles Trust is a leading criminal justice charity helping ex-offenders to successfully rehabilitate. Its peer-led approach trains reformed ex-offenders to offer services and support for others looking to change their lives. Set up in 1962, it supports 15,000 people each year, is a leading employer of ex-offenders and has been included in The Sunday Times Best 100 Companies to Work For ranking for the past seven years.
Ingeus helps people realise their potential through work and training, with employment recognised as a key factor in preventing reoffending. As the largest provider of the DWPs Work Programme, Ingeus has supported around 390,000 people into work including 8,000 prison-leavers in the last three years. Ingeus is also a major skills and training provider, delivering over 1,500 SFA accredited programmes each year including apprenticeships.
CGL (formerly CRI)
CGL (change, grow, live) is one of the largest substance misuse providers in the UK, helping 64,000 people a day who are affected by drugs, alcohol, crime, homelessness, domestic abuse and antisocial behaviour. CGL develop and deliver a suite of strengths-based recovery programmes and have extensive experience of delivering rehabilitation services that reduce offending. Projects are delivered in communities and prisons, encouraging and empowering people to regain control of their lives and motivate them to tackle their problems.
Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire & Rutland CRC
Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire & Rutland Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) supervise around 6,800 offenders, who have been assessed as being low and medium risk of harm cases. The CRC provides public protection services to more than three million people within communities across the four counties of the East Midlands region.
Staffordshire & West Midlands CRC
Staffordshire & West Midlands Community Rehabilitation Company provides probation services for around 13,000 low and medium risk offenders across Staffordshire and the West Midlands. Probation experts work with offenders on different programmes such as Community Payback. Last year, for example, over 454,940 hours of Community Payback were completed across the region by 3,400 offenders.