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Reducing reoffending and changing lives
The London Community Rehabilitation Company works with offenders to help them lead responsible and law abiding lives.
Our over-riding aim is to reduce reoffending and protect the public.
Offending Behaviour Programmes

We provide a range of tailored programmes for offenders aimed at changing their behaviour and attitudes.


They usually involve group sessions with people who have committed the same offence.

Activities may include describing or acting out the offence and activities looking at the effect on their victims.


Programmes we offer:

Building Better Relationships (BBR)

A programme for men who have been violent or abusive in their relationships piloted in some areas within London courts.


Drink Impaired Drivers (DID)

An accredited group work programme to address entrenched drink driving behaviour.




A group work programme suitable for impulsive and instrumental aggression in men.


Thinking Skills Programme (TSP)

A general programme for people with entrenched patterns of offending to help them develop techniques to avoid crime in the future.



Designed to get offenders into work and run with Jobcentre Plus and other agencies.


One-to-one interventions

London Community Rehabilitation Company also provides a range of one-to-one interventions to address specific aspects of offending as follows:


Caring Dads

For men who have physically or emotionally abused their children or their children’s mother.


Education, Training and Employment

For offenders for whom lack of education and employment is a factor in their offending.


EXIT Programme

This entails three mandatory requirements including specialist Community Payback, supervision and a group work programme, accompanied by individual mentoring and access to social pathways.


One-to-one Domestic Abuse Intervention

For low risk offenders sentenced for a domestic abuse offence.


Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice is the process of bringing together those harmed by crime or conflict with those responsible for the harm, to find a positive way forward.  More information on Restorative Justice.


Skills for Life

for people needing help with literacy and numeracy.  Skills for Life will lead to a qualification and/or support to follow further training.


Structured Supervision Programme

To help offenders change their behaviour by acquiring new skills and to change or ‘reframe’ the accompanying thoughts and attitudes and beliefs which may sabotage their attempts to achieve personal goals.


Structured Supervision for Women

As above but aimed at female offenders.


Structured Supervision for Anger Management

Works with offenders to explore the reasons behind their anger and develop strategies to control anger.  For men who are not suitable for the Aggression Replacement Training group programme.


Sexual Offending Programmes are offered by the National Probation Service

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