Our vision is of a crime-free society where no-one is unfairly disadvantaged or excluded because of their past.
As a Christian organisation, our mission is to support people who have offended or who are at risk of offending so that they reintegrate into society, live crime-free and thrive.
Every ex-offender helped means a step closer to making our vision and mission a reality. Ultimately, this means safer communities, fewer victims and restored lives.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Statment
The Group understands the vital role Equality, Diversity and Inclusion plays in creating an environment in which our staff and clients are able to reach their full potential. We appreciate and celebrate difference and individuality, respecting everyone as being made in God’s image and having an intrinsic value, a view strongly upheld by our Trustees and senior management team. There is no place for racism or any other form of discrimination within the Group. It is not just illegal, but goes against all that we stand for, as outlined in our values. Langley House Trust Group staff are asked to challenge any racist or discriminatory behaviour that they witness, experience or hear about and then report it. The CEO’s commitment is to ensure all allegations are investigated and appropriate action taken.