Invite for expression of interest – Navigator support for ex-offenders

Update from Steven Peck Humberside Police:

I am seeking expressions of interest from suitable parties to deliver a new project in North East Lincolnshire.

The project involves the creation of a new role for a pilot desistence program and support for ex-offenders trying to move away from criminality.

The role is to be funded through the Home Office Serious & Organised Crime Community Coordinator pilot until April 2021.

The intention is to create a new role to provide holistic support to the participants of the Opt Out employability program coupled with a new initiative to offer diversionary support to individuals arrested by the police.

I am seeking applications to fulfil the role via the attached document. This is a new concept so I am interested in ideas of how to best deliver the support required, the amount of staff required to be successful and costings. I appreciate the funding is currently short term until April 2021, this is determined by the current funding stream from the Home Office. I am hopeful that if the project is successful other funding streams will be found for long term support. Therefore I require a breakdown of the potential costs per month, 6 months and per annum.

The aim is to have 60 participants through the Opt Out course by April 2021 and 40 participants through the custody diversion scheme.

The role will require motivated, well connected staff with good communication and problem solving skills.

I have set a deadline of 14th September 2020 for applications. If anyone is interested could they please reply directly to my email. Could I please ask that this email and attachment is forwarded to anyone who may be suitable and interested in the role.

I am back in the office from the 3rd September to answer any questions.



 Humberside Police
Steven Peck
Inspector 5522
Serious and Organised Crime
Community Coordinator  
07464649751 Work Mobile