Our Impact In Numbers

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CARE AFTER COMBAT MENTORSHIP REDUCES REOFFENDING RATES TO ONE FIFTH OF THE NATIONAL AVERAGE

THE AVERAGE COST OF PROVIDING CARE AFTER COMBAT SUPPORT TO A VETERAN IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM PER YEAR

THE AVERAGE COST TO SOCIETY OF ONE PERSON REOFFENDING AND RECEIVING A CUSTODIAL SENTENCE*

* Ministry of Justice (2019) Economic and Social Costs of Reoffending – Analytical Report; Ministry of Justice (25 April 2019) Proven Reoffending Statistics – Annual Average data; Table 1, Ministry of Justice (2020) Costs per prison place and cost per prisoner by individual prison establishment 2019 to 2020 tables, London: Ministry of Justice

TOTAL NUMBER OF VETERANS SUPPORTED SINCE 2015 (TO END 2022)

Beneficiaries by Service

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ARMY

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ROYAL AIR FORCE

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ROYAL NAVY / ROYAL MARINES

Beneficiaries by Rank*

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JUNIOR

%

SENIOR

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OFFICER

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SENIOR OFFICER

* Where declared by beneficiaries

Beneficiaries by Age Group

%

18 - 34

%

35 - 54

%

55 - 74

%

75 - 85+