Lancashire Constabulary Restorative Justice Team awarded the TPQM

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15 February 2019

The RJC is pleased to announce that the Lancashire Constabulary Restorative Justice Team has achieved the Training Provider Quality Mark (TPQM).  

Chris Straker, the RJC’s interim chief executive, said:

“We would like to congratulate the Lancashire Constabulary Restorative Justice Team on achieving the TPQM. Through achieving this award, the team has demonstrated their commitment to delivering outstanding restorative training. A very well done to all the team members.”

The Training Provider Quality Mark (TPQM) is a quality mark for restorative training providers. This award aids training providers in demonstrating that they have been externally recognised. The TPQM gives commissioners and learners the confidence in the training delivered by TPQM holders, demonstrating to learners and employers alike that TPQM providers meet national standards in restorative training delivery.

Helena Cryer, Lancashire Constabulary’s restorative justice manager, said:

“We’re extremely pleased to find out we have passed our TPQM assessment. This reinforces that the training we are delivering meets the standards set out by the RJC.”

You can find out more about the TPQM here