CJIW

AcronymDefinition
CJIWCommunity Justice Interventions Wales
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Chairman of CJIW, Dr Dai Roberts said: "The Trustees of CJIW believe that our aims will best be served by seeking to integrate our services in partnership.
Clive Wolfendale, who will continue as chief executive of the merged organisation, said: "We are delighted to be joining with CJIW under this merger agreement.
CJIW works to advance education and reduce crime and anti-social behaviour through the provision of recreation facilities, advice, guidance, accredited qualifications and education for those who face social disadvantage.
"We are really grateful to CJIW and Wales Probation for providing most of the elbow grease," said Ms Kelly.
CJIW Development Officer David Brown said the clean-up was a perfect example of Community Payback in action.
Ros Cameron, the North Walesmanager of the CJIW, says the partnership with Felin Uchaf has been extremely valuable.
In addition to CJIW and the Probation Service, the scheme also had the support of North Wales Police, North Wales Youth Justice Service and Xtra Time Soccer, whose staff actually run the sessions and tournament.
Roz Cameron, North Wales manager of CJIW, said she was delighted that the work put in and the positive results achieved had been recognised.
Roz Cameron, North Wales manager of the CJIW, said the event and academy training sessions had so many benefits in keeping youngsters occupied, training them to work as a team and to exercise discipline.