We’re delighted to announce that we have a new member of staff.
As many of you will know, we’ve had quite a few changes at Unlock recently. When we announced that Chris Bath was leaving us at the end of February, we committed to investing our resources into front-line staff. This ultimately resulted in the Services Coordinator vacancy, which we advertised from April, and for which we held interviews for in May. Given we were specifically looking somebody with a conviction, we were blown away by the quality of candidates that applied, which truly shows the skills and experiences that many people with convictions have.
As a result of this process, we appointed Debbie Sadler as our full-time Services Coordinator, and she started with us on the 18th June. You can find out more about her here.
Debbie’s primary role is to manage our Helpline, dealing with queries that come in by telephone, email and letter, providing accurate and reliable information to people about how to overcome the issues that a criminal record can cause when you’re trying to move on with your life.
If you have any questions for Debbie, please contact her via our helpline.
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