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Brendan Doyle talks about how the willingness of a probation leader to change policy helped him as an ex-offender develop a career helping others.
Rachel knows the importance of family as a prisoner and as a prisoner’s partner, so she’s setting up a new transport service to help families stay in touch.
This is the seventh in a series of guest posts written by ex-offenders who have turned their lives around and now work, in one way or another, in the criminal justice sector. Today Paula Harriott tells how she survived prison to find her voice and has built a professional career giving a voice to others. A professional profile My Linkedin profile looks quite professional, even if I say so myself: 2015-current day Head of Involvement at