Inside Time Reports On Haringey abob

Inside Time is the national prison newspaper, this month’s edition reports very powerfully and positively on Haringey’s abob and their activities. Mentor, Ken Hinds, is interviewed. He says: “The young men we mentor have been in jail, they’re on probation, they’ve got serious issues. We help them to become the men they want to be.” Editor Erwin James who also wrote about abob for the Guardian, writes: “That there is a need for organisations like A Band of Brothers is beyond dispute. Men account for eight out of 10 people cautioned by the police, and nearly nine out of 10 people found guilty of indictable...

The Oxford Official Launch

Now that capacity has been built and the community is ready to go, abob Oxford went public last week to tell the wider community what they were up to. Anthony Hearn from abob said: “What we do is work alongside the young men on their journey, and try to provide that positive role model who will encourage them to be the best man they can be.” See what the Oxford Mail had to say about the event here. And see “About Oxfordshire’s” video report...

A Big Thank You to Katy Bourne, The Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner

Good Funding News! abob has had more good news. They have once again been awarded Safer in Sussex funding – £15,000 – by the Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne. CEO, Nathan Roberts says: “This is vital funding for us and means we can carry on with our rites of passage and mentoring programmes here which help to transform the lives of these often neglected young men.” We cannot express how much the continued support of Katy and her team means. Thank...