Forgive us our trespasses

Thatcher, Mike
April 1997
People Management;4/3/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p22
Assesses the impact of Police Act 1997 in the employment of people with criminal record in United Kingdom. Attitude of recruiters towards people with criminal record; Information about the program of Apex Trust for ex-offenders; Government funding on the services for ex-convicts. INSETS: MCF's act of faith.;The Apex Trust's five-point guide.;Criminal certificates created under the Police Act 1997..


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