CAUSE will be out to pull pints under the minister’s new plans.
Being released late can learn new skills in boozers to help them get a job and reduce the risk of recidivism.
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab would change the law to allow people in open prisons to apply for inmate apprenticeships.
They will be able to work in the hospitality sector, including at Greene King pubs, on construction sites and other key industries.
Research last year found that nine out of ten businesses that hire former violators said they were trustworthy, punctual and trustworthy.
But dangerous flaws and violence will not be given equal opportunities.
“Putting offenders to work gives them a second chance to lead a more active life and stay straight and narrow,” Mr. Raab said.
“Breaking the crime cycle is vital to our mission to prevent recidivism, cut crime, and protect the public.”
The law will be changed over the course of several months to allow for those who are released on or near the end of their sentences.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17617739/prisoners-reoffending-pints-bars/ Prisoners ‘will be released and allowed to pull the pin’ to learn new skills