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THE support of family, friends and a community can be a catalyst when it comes to reducing cases of recidivism and helping former offenders transition back to society, say experts and social activists.Malaysian Care service development director Frederick Foo said reintegration for former convicts was incredibly difficult for individuals who did not have access to necessary support both inside and outside of a correctional facility.
Webinar highlights importance of support in transition back to society.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has greatly impacted locals including the natives.
IPOH: Reopening of schools beyond September will impact Orang Asli education, says Malaysian Care executive director Wong Young Soon.
The YouTurn Project hopes to change mindsets about ex-offenders so they get a second chance at life.
PETALING JAYA: The parole system introduced in Malaysia in 2008 has seen 98% of parolees joining the workforce, says Prisons Depart-ment director-general Datuk Ibrisam Abdul Rahman,
PETALING JAYA: The country's parole system has seen a success rate of 98% in curbing recidivism, where most parolees have been gainfully employed upon being released from prison, says Prison Department director-general Datuk Ibrisam Abdul Rahman.
Family is the strong foundation on which ex-offenders can return to society.
Society tends to ostracise, sideline and look down on prisoners and ex-prisoners.