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  1. Working with Prisoners & their Families Promoting & Enabling Positive Change

  2. Who We Are Not-for-Profit /Voluntary Run Local –South West Visits Centres/Halls Inductions/First Night Play/Family Days/CCVs Family Conferencing - TAC Family Support / Awareness Raising

  3. Number of Visiting Families

  4. Adults & Children Visitors Total Adults = 26’137 Total Children = 5’125

  5. Visitors Location

  6. Age Group - HMP Dartmoor

  7. Age Group - HMP Channings Wood

  8. Age Group - HMP Exeter

  9. Forgotten Victims of Crime Children of prisoners are 3 times more at risk of... Mental Health Issues Financial Problems Anti-social / Delinquent Behaviour ...Than their peers

  10. Realisation Task

  11. The Issues • Local Media Coverage • Stigmatised • Secret (no one to confide in) • Carer’s (for parents & siblings) • Worrying (about mum & dad) • Low Self Esteem/Self Worth • Little or no understanding/support

  12. Children Visiting Prison • 413 Visiting for the first time

  13. Visitors Centres • Warm Welcoming Environment • Friendly Welcome • Play Corner • Information • Advice • Support • Snacks & Beverages

  14. Visitors Centres • Indoor and Outdoor Play

  15. Identification Checks Visitors Centre Prison – ID Checks Visitors Centre Back to Prison

  16. Security Searches • Pass through prison doors and uniformed officers into another waiting area before being searched

  17. Get to see dad! • Family Time

  18. Creative fun play All Day Family Visits Child Centred Visits

  19. Homeward Bound • “Wish I could put daddy in my pocket and take him home” • “I miss daddy very much” • “We went to see daddy this week so me and mummy are very tired and sad.”

  20. Contact Details • www.choiceshelpsfamilies.org.uk • moira@choiceshelpsfamilies.org.uk

  21. Questions & Answers