What You'll Do: 

Volunteers will promote the services NEPACS offers within courts and support families by listening and offering information and advice when someone close to them is sentenced or remanded in custody. The project is particularly focused towards families who are first time prison visitors or unfamiliar with court proceedings. Volunteers will provide advice and written information to families concerning the next steps such as visiting prison. This will provide experience of being in a court setting. A DBS check is required for this role.Sessions/locations available:Monday 9:45am - 1pm at the Magistrates Court and the Crown Court Thursday 9:45am - 1pm at the Crown CourtFriday 9:45am-1pm sessions both at the Magistrates Court and the Crown Court

Summary
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Community
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Active listening
Communication
Empathy
Interpersonal / Confidence
Requirements: 
CV / Resume
DBS check
Training

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