About PLIAS Resettlement
PLIAS Resettlement is a not for profit organisation that reduces re-offending by providing support, advice and guidance to people with criminal convictions. Founded in 2004, we focus on the communities of North and West London. Click on the images below to find out more about our organisation.
PLIAS Resettlement is a community based not for profit organisation, and registered charity, located in the London Borough of Brent. Our support services are available to residents of the London Boroughs of Brent and Harrow and other Boroughs in West London.
PLIAS Resettlement was formed in September 2004 and was officially established in December 2005. Our main objective from the very beginning has been to provide numerous services, primarily targeting offenders and ex-offenders, in order to support their re-reintegration back into society. PLIAS Resettlement evolved from several years of debate about crime, victims of crime, perpetrators and the life-long cycle of re-offending.
- People at risk of offending
- Victims of crime
- People at risk of becoming victims
- We work with both adults and young people aged 16 and above.
While our core work is with adult ex-offenders, we are also developing a number of youth projects as part of our commitment to crime prevention.
We are committed to working with partners and stakeholders to identify and bridge gaps in services in other locations in the United Kingdom.
PLIAS Resettlement Ltd is a registered charity no. 1119468 and a company limited by guarantee, registered in England no. 5644439
You can find us on the Charity Commission website here
Unit 12, Bridge Park Complex
We ensure staff and volunteers are equipped with the skills, expertise and knowledge to effect positive change
We Work Together
We believe in working with others and building strong partnerships and collaborations to deliver positive change
We listen to and learn from clients ensuring their voice is heard and acted upon within the organisation to frame better service delivery. We are committed to continual improvement
We treat all with respect and dignity, recognising and embracing diversity and supporting all to achieve their goals
We achieve positive outcomes by delivering quality services that meet the needs of clients in a non-judgemental environment