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Changing lives for a safer London
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.
Equalities and Communities Engagement

Our Commitment to Equality and Diversity

We value diversity and want to make sure that this is shown in the services we provide.  This includes how we interact with our colleagues, offenders, partners and members of the public.

As an organisation, we are committed to our Public Sector duty – as defined in the Equality Act 2010. You can read more about our commitment to equality and diversity by downloading our Equality and Diversity Statement.


Equality and Diversity Annual Report

We submit an annual Equality and Diversity Report to the National Offender Management Service (NOMS).   The report outlines the summary of actions on how we promote equality and diversity year by year.

We aim for fairness, respect and equality of opportunity for all employees from the moment they join us and throughout their employment with regards to: recruitment, learning and development, appraisal, performance management, recognition, promotion and leaving.

We also aim for fairness, respect and equality of opportunity for our service users, partners and suppliers in the actions we and they take in connection with us.

Each year we set objectives to improve our services and employment practices in regards to inclusion and report to the Ministry of Justice on how we meet our Public Sector Equality Duty under the Equalities Act 2010.

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Equality Impact Assessments (EIA)

We carry out Equality Impact Assessments on all of our policies and services.  This demonstrates how we analyse the outcome of any policies or service changes to make sure they are fair to everyone.  We take action to address unfair, unlawful or discriminatory practice.  The assessment covers service delivery and employment practice.


Unique Challenges

London faces bigger challenges than most other parts of the country – with this in mind, we have developed the following specialist resources:

  • Central Extremism Team – to help manage offenders with radical or extremist views.
  • Diversity Awareness and Prejudice Pack – a toolkit to help challenge the attitudes of offenders who commit or are at risk of committing hate crimes.
  • Serious Group Offending portfolio – working in partnership with other agencies and the voluntary and community sector to target gang violence.
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