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MTCnovo: Reducing UK Recidivism

Reducing re-offending in the United Kingdom

MTCnovo is an organization of third, public and private sector partners. Our aim is simple – to reduce reoffending in the United Kingdom (UK) by harnessing the skills of probation staff and delivering modern methods of rehabilitation which are rooted in the traditional values of the UK probation service.

“I know for certain, without a doubt, that I wouldn’t be here today without MTCnovo’s constant support and encouragement. They have definitely made a meaningful change to my life.” ~ UK Parolee, MTCnovo

MTCnovo passionately believes in and seeks to embody the best, historic values of the probation service, care for the individual, respect for the professionalism of the probation service and, within it, the importance of learning – delivered in modern, innovative ways.

We’ll care for offenders and our employees by treating them as individuals, supporting their needs, and giving them the tools to progress. We also believe in the value of learning, as the best means by which offenders can be rehabilitated and our employees’ careers developed.

Providing rehabilitation and transition services to offenders in England since 2015

MTCnovo, in partnership with multiple community-based organizations, provides services to offenders, probationers, and parolees in London and Thames Valley, all designed to significantly reduce re-offending.

The MTC Impact in 2016

  • 30,000 offenders, probationers, and parolees received services to help them succeed in society after release from prison
  • 1,200 staff dedicated to the rehabilitation of offenders, probationers, and parolees in the United Kingdom
  • 87 youth offenders protected and rehabilitated at our secured training center

“MTCnovo has really helped me and has been supportive from the beginning.  They’ve given me good advice on the right steps to take in life.”

 

“MTCnovo staff have listened to my ups and downs and it really helps talking to them. They encouraged me to join the Minerva Group which has been really helpful.”