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PMNW Youth Panel Hull Prison Visit

On Monday 16th March, the Prison Me No Way youth panel visited Hull prison with a group of young visitors. The group were greeted by Tony Stamford who is a Custodial Manager at Hull prison and is  also a volunteer for PMNW. They were then searched and metal detected similarly to the way prison visitors […]

News: Police and Crime Commissioner joins a No Way Trust visit

Mark Burns-Williamson, West Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner visited a national crime prevention charity delivering sessions at Spen Valley Sports College in Liversedge last week (11/03). Prison Me! No-Way! Is an educational charity with the core aim of raising awareness among young people about the causes, consequences and penalties of crime. They tour the country […]

PMNW Patron Anthony Taylor

PMNW Patron Anthony Taylor

It’s 0530 on a Tuesday morning and I’m sat on a train en route to London to support one of PMNW’s Crime days. Since leaving Her Majesty’s Prison Service two years ago to focus solely on my role in football, the duties as a patron of PMNW bring a different and welcome variety to the […]

Steve Rock – PMNW Trustee

Steve Rock – PMNW Trustee

The Magistrates’ Court Mock Trial Competition A group of school pupils and their teacher spend hours of their time, including lunch breaks and after school, preparing and rehearsing – and what happens? They end up in court!! No, they haven’t done anything wrong, but they have entered The Magistrates’ Court Mock Trial Competition, which results […]

Youth Panel Update

Youth Panel Update

Hello, it is us again, the Prison Me No-Way Youth Panel. We have been active for just over a year now and things are going well. Since the last newsletter, we have been out and about with the team in our quest to help them evolve as a youth centred organisation. We attended a crime […]

Youth Panel attend N.E.Lincs childrens service 16/1/15

On Friday 16th January, the Youth Panel attended a Crime and Safety Awareness day at North East Lincolnshire children’s service in Grimsby. This was slightly different to a normal Crime and Safety Awareness day as it was a combination of a handful of pupils from seven different schools aged between 12 and 16. For the […]

Electronic Monitoring Services

Our thanks and congratulations go to EMS for supporting Prison Me No Way. Beginning on the 21st October 2014 EMS have facilitated 12 Crime and Safety Awareness days in 9 calendar weeks. This interactive and thought provoking workshop accompanies our crime day ethics very well in extending the harmful consequences of entering the Criminal Justice […]