EXAMPLES OF BUTLER TRUST AWARD WINNERS WHOSE
WORK IS EQUALLY RELEVANT TO NON-CUSTODIAL SITUATIONS
Terency Ayling HMYOI Dover
Christopher Smallwoods HMYOI Hydebank Wood,
as a method of dispelling and controlling anger and increasing
self-respect. Relevance of personal experience.
Keith Latimer HMP Full Sutton
as a much-needed facility which can be provided on a sessional
basis after relatively short training (Also Robert Gibson HMP
Peter Maule HMYOI Onley
Effect on young
offenders of good personal relationships and interaction with
Mike McClean HMP Polmont
Effect on young
offenders of involvement in practical projects, particularly if
Susan Parkin HMP Drake Hall
Use of aerobics
to increase self-respect and provide self-sufficient source of
Susan Morrison/Rosemary Dickinson HMP Styal
Relevance of teleworking
skills to offenders with inadequate social skills and few employment
Anita WrightStaff Nurse/Sheila SteventonTeacher
HMYOI and RC Brinsford
Two week parentcraft
course for young male offenders increasing self-respect and perhaps
helping to break the cycle of offending.
Cathy FlaxmanThroughcare Manager/Michael
SheathProbation Officer HMP Blakenhurst
The effect on
the behaviour of men who have been abused as children of recognising
and addressing such abuse. (In cooperation with NSPCC).
William McGibbonVolunteer HMP Glenochil
of ex-offender in developing behavioural programme training officers
and interacting with offenders to change behaviour.
Gordon ToddEducation Co-ordinator/Susan
TurnerEducation Officer HMP Nottingham
Involvement of offenders in providing enhanced
social facilities for disabled young people.