Youth offending service needs volunteers
SUFFOLK'S youth offending service is on the look-out for volunteers to help with its work.Anyone interested in helping young offenders change their anti-social behaviour is being urged to apply.
SUFFOLK'S youth offending service is on the look-out for volunteers to help with its work.
Anyone interested in helping young offenders change their anti-social behaviour is being urged to apply.
Volunteers will work as part of a dedicated team to ensure the voices of young people, victims and the community are heard. They can become referral panel members, mentors or play a role in victim mediation and restorative justice.
The closing date for applications is November 28.
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