A scheme offering Island offenders a helping hand to turn their lives around, by getting involved in charity projects, is proving a big success.
Unlike Community Service Orders, imposed on offenders by the courts, the work is entirely voluntary.
It's the result of a partnership between the Probation Service and the charity umbrella CIRCA.
Chief Probation Officer David Sellick (pictured) says it's giving offenders the chance to learn new skills, improve their self-confidence and give something back to the community (audio file attached):
There's more on this project in today's Talking Heads, from midday.