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We have 20 years’ experience in researching, designing and delivering programmes that support those in the criminal justice system, including young offenders, prisoners and prison staff.
We support individuals to understand their relationship with conflict and to bring about behavioural changes. We also develop programmes for organisations, YOIs and prisons to support wider cultural changes and a common understanding and approach towards managing conflict.
Our interventions help young offenders to recognise the consequences of their actions, improve their strategies for resolving conflict and make different choices. Through this behavioural change young people start to think before reacting to situations, which reduces the likelihood of offending or reoffending and supports their rehabilitation and settlement post-custody.
Wells House (Unit 7)
5 - 7 Wells Terrace, Finsbury Park
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An evaluation of the pilot of Leap’s Approaches to Conflict Training for young people in Feltham YOI recorded that participants demonstrated a significant decrease in hostile attitudes through a significant reduction in Buss-Durkee Hostility Index Scores. There was also a significant reduction in Buss-Durkee Negativism, Assault, Irritability and Verbal Hostility subscale scores. This suggests participants think less negatively, are less likely to assault, less irritable and less verbally hostile following completion of the workshop.