By Marc Lutman 08 Jun, 2017
It has been an honour today for both Hanif Mohammed and Brian Wreakes to attend the opening ceremony of the new probation offices on Division Street, Sheffield. Brian and Hanif met with Lord Mayor of Sheffield Councillor Anne Murphy, Lynda Marginson the Director of the National Probation Service, managers and the team within the new centre. Hanif gave a presentation about his valued support of probation and the development of our partnership within the probation service. All told a really good event!
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By Marc Lutman 01 Jun, 2017

Friday 12th May saw BBC Look North attend Rutland Hall as part of a piece on young people who have been excluded from mainstream education in Sheffield, which will air in July. They wanted to portray the good work of In2Change and the success stories of the young people who attend there.

The BBC were able to film the various vocational areas in the centre which have been set up so young people can succeed. These include the Bike Library, Gym, Boxing Ring and salon amongst many. They were also able to capture the academic work which the young people were involved in. At the time of filming the young people had just completed their relevant qualifications for this academic year, with a 100% success rate. This is a testament to the staff at In2Change, and the determination of the young people to engage with education.

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By Marc Lutman 01 Jun, 2017

On Friday 19th May Channel 5’s Maroon Productions visited Rutland Hall in order to film Operations Manager Hanif Mohammed’s transformation from a life of crime, to one of changing young people’s attitudes and perceptions through motivational speaking, presentations and educational re-engagement.

The day also involved a guest appearance by British former heavyweight professional boxer Richard Towers, who served a custodial sentence of 13 years.

Both Hanif and Richard discussed their offences, and highlighted the negative effects which crime can have on victims.

The filming will form part of the new Gangland series to be aired on Channel 5 this autumn.

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In2Change is a ‘not for profit’ charitable organisation that aims to prevent young people and ex-offenders becoming or remaining involved in criminal activities. This is accomplished through targeted interventions designed and delivered by ex-offenders and serving prisoners. We hope to empower and encourage young people to make the right choices, form positive relationships and rebuild their confidence. We fulfill this aim by providing essential support and training to restore their attitudes towards authority, education, employment and the community.

Encouraging Development to Prevent Bad Decisions

By providing sustainable, relevant, motivating and purposeful activities for adults and young people, we support our beneficiaries to fulfil their true potential and equip them with the skills, knowledge, and aptitudes necessary to succeed in life and work.

Our History

In2Change South Yorkshire Ltd is a limited company by guarantee and charity registered in England and Wales. It was set up as a nonprofit organisation in December 2006, becoming a registered charity in February 2007 (1117814) and making the transition to a Limited Company by guarantee in April 2010. The aim is to expand and complement existing community-based projects, by offering advocacy and resettlement support back into the community.

Our Mission

Our mission will be delivered through each of our charitable actions – we aim to provide education and training, accommodation and housing support, contributing to economic and community development by creating employment and business start -up opportunities. The focus is placed on supporting our clients with their successful transition back into mainstream education, adulthood and a productive working life.

Changing attitudes and Changing Lives

Our aims are:

 To address criminality amongst young people aged 10-25.
 To support young people back into mainstream education.
 To provide an alternative curriculum provision for schools and inclusion centres.
 To raise the attainment and aspiration of young people, improving skills in support of the transformation of our local economy.
 To build strong and trusting relationships with local partners.
 To assist with the rehabilitation and resettlement of offenders.

In addition to our charitable objectives, we want to ensure that we continue to meet the needs of the people in our community and identify any new challenges to help us provide a service that is valued


To find more about or to become involved in any if In2Change’s programmes and initiatives, please contact us.

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