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DOMINIC RAAB: Offenders must clean up their act with hard graft


DOMINIC RAAB: Offenders must clean up their act with hard graft and help the communities they have harmed

Criminals are a blight to their communities. 

Community Payback schemes are so important because they allow local people to see how offenders must make amends. That’s why I am expanding them across the country.

Under this Government, offenders carry out five million hours of Community Payback a year in ‘high-visibility’ vests – doing real hard graft. 

They are cleaning up the neighbourhoods they’ve harmed – in our cities, towns and rural communities.

And they are supporting the aims of the Daily Mail-backed Great British Spring Clean campaign – in particular, by keeping our beautiful waterways tidy.


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