Watch our new film - 'Not Just a Prisoner', a film about mothers in prison, and hear first hand from mothers serving a prison sentence about how their imprisonment has impacted their relationships. Read more
Find out more about the history of Prisoners' Sunday and Prisons Week. Read more
Pact appears on BBC Breakfast showcasing our work with prisoners' children and brand new animations, alongside Michael Palin. Read more
The Prison Advice and Care Trust (Pact) is a national charity that provides support to prisoners, people with convictions, and their families. We support people to make a fresh start, and minimise the harm that can be caused by imprisonment on people who have committed offences, on families and on communities.
What we do:
Every year we support thousands of prisoners and their families to make a fresh start. Click here to find out more about how we change lives.
We act as an advocate for the people we serve, through building the evidence base of outcomes from our work, and through constructive dialogue with commissioners and government officials.
CURRENT PRISON POPULATION IN ENGLAND & WALES
CHILDREN WITH A PARENT IN PRISON TONIGHT
For many fathers in prison, being a parent is the only part of their identity that they view positively, and this responsibility can be the one thing that gives them the hope and determination to stay on the right path. Read here how David worked with Pact to maintain a positive relationship with his daughter during his time in prison.
Watch our brand new film which launches a report by the University of Cardiff, highlighting the positive impact of Pact’s work supporting mothers in Eastwood Park Prison. Read more
Pact and Send Family Link (Send Play Project and Visitors' Centre Association) have agreed to come together as one charity from 1st October. Read more
Book your free place to the Pact Group Annual General Meeting, with guest speaker Peter Dawson, Chief Executive of the Prison Reform Trust. Read more
Find out more about the upcoming event at HMP Coldingley with Guest Speaker, Lord Michael Farmer. Read more