In a civilised society, justice is seen to be served through sentences that deliver punishment and rehabilitation. Making amends to society and victims of crime involves an element of visible payback and of demonstrable self-improvement.
Green Reparation Community Payback and work in prisons diverts waste from landfill, generates income to reduce the costs of crime for the taxpayer, and prepares offenders for green jobs.
Employability and Sustainability
In the UK, offenders are five times more likely to be unemployed than the general working age population. It is clear that tackling offender unemployment is key to tackling the human and material costs of recidivisim.
Green Reparation Social Franchise operations support community and custodial sentences that get at the root of offender unemployment and deliver social, environmental and economic outcomes.