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Partnership opportunity: Interventions Alliance

News 07 March 2023

We are seeking like-minded partners to support in the delivery of criminal justice services and collaborate on upcoming opportunities from the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), including CFO Evolution and Prison Education.

With over 35 years’ experience helping the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of our society fulfil their potential and change their lives, we are proud to support participants in taking the next step closer to meaningful work that provides security, satisfaction and purpose. Whether that is empowering individuals to make lifestyle changes needed for a crime-free life, to education, apprenticeship, training, employment and offender rehabilitation.

We currently deliver these services in partnership with a multitude of specialist organisations across the skills, justice, employment and health sectors.

Interventions Alliance is our specialist criminal justice services business, supporting individuals from all walks of life on their rehabilitation journey. We currently deliver the CFO Activity Hubs service in the South West, South East and North West of England, alongside specialist services for personal wellbeing, accommodation and education and training.

To further develop our offer to support education, training and employment outcomes in both custody and the wider community, we are looking to engage with potential supply chain partners.

We are seeking expressions of interest from:

Organisations with current or previous experience of working with marginalised and complex adults, as well as those within the criminal justice system.

Service providers and employers who are open to working with individuals with a criminal justice record and those currently subject to statutory supervision. We are particularly keen to engage with:

  • Partners from a further education or higher education background;
  • Providers of training and education services that lead to a vocational qualification;
  • Providers who can supply un-networked digital skills training embedded in IT hardware;
  • Providers of creative and artistic ways to improve rehabilitation;
  • Providers who specialise in working with veterans;
  • Providers who specialise in working with women;
  • Those with a good understanding of neurodiversity;
  • Employers open to working with individuals in the criminal justice system; and
  • Providers with experience of delivering services in custody.

Responding to this expression of interest (EOI)

Please complete and submit your EOI by the 24.03.23. Please access the opportunity via our partnership portal.

Should you have any questions or issues please contact our partnerships team at

*Please note, this does not constitute an offer to work with your organisation but is the first stage in our selection process.