Ambassadors A - Z: N-R

Martin Narey

Martin Narey

Martin Narey was chief executive of Barnardo’s from 2005 until 2011 and and is now a ministerial advisor on adoption. Prior to this, he worked as director general of the Prison Service.

Baroness Julia Neuberger

Baroness Julia Neuberger

Baroness Neuberger was created a Liberal Democrat Life Peer in 2004. She is chair of the One Housing Group who own 12,000 care homes in 26 London Borough.

Professor Tim Newburn

Professor Tim Newburn

Tim is Professor of Criminology and Social Policy at the London School of Economics. Tim has written extensively on youth offending, social exclusion, alcohol/drug use and penal policy making.

Reverend Nims Obunge

Reverend Nims Obunge

Nims Obunge is the founder of The Peace Alliance, a national crime reduction charity working on a local basis in partnership with faith, community and voluntary organisations.

Rob Owen

Rob Owen

Rob Owen is Chief Executive of St Giles Trust, a charity that helps break the cycle of re-offending by using trained ex-offenders to advise others.

Keith Palmer

Keith Palmer

Keith is founder and Director of the Comedy School which aims to raise the profile of the many uses of comedy from improving literacy to encouraging social skills.

Biddy Passmore

Biddy Passmore

Biddy Passmore is an educational journalist with a background in policy research and an interest in social care, health and youth justice.

Sarah Payne

Sarah Payne

Sarah Payne is the first Chief Executive of the Wales Probation Trust. The role of the trust is to give criminals a second chance, by supporting them to rebuild their lives.

David Peacock

David Peacock

David Peacock helped to create the Cumbria Reducing Reoffending Partnership Trust which offers help and guidance to offenders and ex-offenders across Cumbria.

Lucy Perman MBE

Lucy Perman MBE

Lucy is the Executive Director of Clean Break, a theatre, education and writing company which works with women whose lives have been affected by the criminal justice system.

Lord Andrew Phillips OBE

Lord Andrew Phillips OBE

Andrew Phillips is a specialist in charity law. He qualified as a solicitor in 1964 and in 1970 founded Bates, Wells & Braithwaite in London, where he remains a consultant.

Trevor Philpott

Trevor Philpott

Trevor Philpott is a Co-founder and Director of Life Change UK, a not-for-profit company providing unique and innovative training in managing challenging behaviour.

Dr Laura Piacentini

Dr Laura Piacentini

Laura joined Strathclyde Law School in 2006 as a Senior Lecturer in Criminology. Laura conducts prison research in Russia and has been researching and publishing on Russian imprisonment for over 10 years.

John Plummer

John Plummer

John Plummer is Project Director for the Young Offenders Academy.

Sir Charles Pollard QPM

Sir Charles Pollard QPM

Sir Charles Pollard is Chairman of Restorative Solutions Community Interest Company, a not-for-profit organisation helping the police, probation, prisons and others to develop and use restorative justice.

Alex Proud

Alex Proud

Alex Proud is the fouder of Proud Galleries. Alex is considered an expert commentator on photographic and media issues, having being invited to sit on various judging panels including the Nikon Press Awards.

Dr Katherine Rake

Dr Katherine Rake

Dr Katherine Rake is Chief Executive of the Family and Parenting Institute. The institute draws on research to influence policy and to make society more family friendly.

Lord David Ramsbotham CBE

Lord David Ramsbotham CBE

Lord David Ramsbotham was formally Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales. He is the Vice-Chair of the All Party Penal Affairs Group.

Bob Reitemeier

Bob Reitemeier

Bob is Chief Executive of the Essex Community Foundation and a Board Member of the Youth Justice Board. Bob is the former Chief Executive of the Children’s Society.

Tim Robertson

Tim Robertson

Tim Robertson became Chief Executive of the Koestler Trust in 2006. The Koestler Awards for arts by offenders now attract over 5,000 entries a year, and the Koestler Exhibition receives 10,000 visitors.

Professor Paul Rock

Professor Paul Rock

Paul Rock FBA FRSA is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics and Visiting Professor of Criminology at the University of Pennsylvania.

Gordon Roddick

Gordon Roddick

Gordon Roddick is the founder of 38 Degrees, an online campaigning movement that has no affiliation to any political group which campaigns on a variety of issues.

Professor Mick Ryan

Professor Mick Ryan

Mick Ryan is Professor Emeritus of Penal Politics at the University of Greenwich, London. He has been actively lobying for penal reform for many years.