left a life of crime to work in the theatre. He ended up at Ridley Scott Associates, who are now backing him to create a documentary film on his life.

SM, whilst serving a prison sentence, took his first steps to gaining employment and earning an honest living by starting a work placement at Fitzroy Lodge ABC.

By the age of 11, CM was on the anti-social behavior (ASB) list and he had been excluded from a number of schools, arrested a number of times, and had three outstanding court.

When GC discovered boxing, he found something that gave him an escape from a hopeless life of crime.

Seven Carney’s Community volunteer coaches successfully delivered a boxing fitness training program for over 30 young people.

Carney’s Community helped CC, a young offender, find work with a film company. He then went on to get himself a job.

Arnold was excluded from school and referred to Carney’s Community. He excelled in sports but struggled to focus on his studies.

Jovan is a perfect example of someone who has experienced the full cycle of receiving support (from Coaches Mark.

Most official programs don’t provide the long-term support often necessary to help persistent young offenders turn their lives.

A school was so impressed with the results of a PE boxing trial where pupils learned discipline, self-control.

Hundreds of London Nautical School students have gained valuable experience from Carney’s Community and Fitzroy Lodge ABC.