Work With Us

Work with us Volunteer Mentor Fund Partner Refer Volunteer We are so grateful for the commitment and time given by our amazing volunteers at PLIAS. You may also wish to donate your time and skills as a volunteer or by providing pro bono support. Please contact us to discuss volunteering opportunities Mentor “I was always getting in and […]

Work For Us

Work for us As a member of the PLIAS Resettlement team, you will have the real opportunity to positively impact the local community by supporting people to turn their lives around. You will be part of a passionate team where everyone contributes to improving the organisation and responding to the needs of our customers and […]


Funders We wish to thank all our funders whose support is vital to our work. PLIAS Resettlement is funded by… Brent CouncilBrunel UniversityCity Bridge TrustDepartment for Work & PensionsEdward Harvist TrustEsmee Fairbairn FoundationLloyds Bank FoundationLondon Community FoundationProspectsThe Pilgrim TrustG4S

Our Team

Meet the Team Staff Norma Hoyte Director Strategic development & growth Norma Hoyte Director Norma is a is a founding member of PLIAS Resettlement. Norma has played a significant and prominent role in the strategic development and growth of the organisation. Norma has over 20 years’ experience of working in local government bringing together experience […]

What We Do

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 […]