Nepacs award winners 2014

  • Awards

The five main 2014 awards were presented to:

  • Susan Robinson, HMP Frankland - for her work as Library Development Worker, in particular for her innovation and development of the Nostalgia Group in the Health Care Centre at Frankland, where over-60s meet

  • Chloe Graham, Learning and Skills Manager, HMP Holme House - for her creation and leadership of the Engagement Centre at Holme House

  • North Tyneside Local Authority Children of Offenders Group - which recognises the multiple difficulties that children of offenders face and for setting a framework to bring together all appropriate services in each case

  • Pat Horner and Debra Middleton (Durham Tees Valley Probation Trust) - for their work with offenders in the Community Alcohol Programme in County Durham

  • Susan Cook (Durham Tees Valley Probation Trust) - for her work in Restorative Justice in County Durham.

Long service certificates were also presented to:

  • Doug West, Senior Probation Officer at Teesside for 40 years - Durham Tees Valley Probation Trust

  • Dorothy Downing, Head of Offender Management for 32 years - HMP Northumberland