Unlocking potential + positive change
We work with health, criminal justice and social care services and commissioners to develop high quality, cost effective health and wellbeing services for offenders and other vulnerable groups
People are at the heart of everything we do
Tapping into people’s energy, passion, inspiration and uniqueness unlocks their potential
Evaluation, audit, analysis and implementation
Health Needs Analysis
Understanding need, demand and provision
The single most important thing we do
Coaching and Mentoring
Developing your teams' and leaders' confidence and capabilities
Being aware moment to moment to improve health and wellbeing
Identifying and meeting your specific training needs
How We Do It!
Engage Listen Learn Deliver
Through our learning SAFE has developed the following model of engagement and delivery that puts you, the client at the heart of what we do
“Your clinical and organisational development knowledge is great”
Release the potential of your people and teams to deliver the services to which you aspire
We can help
We are independent offering integrity and confidentiality that respects your commercial business
We build strong relationships with our customers offering you the services and ease of doing business that fits your needs
Our goal is to provide value for you through developing sustainable change
We are individually multiple award winners for innovation, person-centred, safe approaches to offender healthcare, community drug services and leadership
We draw from our wide network of clinical, academic, leadership, offender and coaching experts to ensure you get the right skills for the job
90 % of clients have used us more than once
We've got a top notch team!
Claire Shepherd (Director of SAFE Offender Healthcare) is a highly experienced multiple-award winning leader in criminal justice, health, and social care services to vulnerable people, including offenders.
She has over 7 years experience at senior operational management level in offender health, leading and managing a cluster of three prisons to support prison partners to: achieve Level 4 in a Category B prison; reduce deaths in custody by over 70%, maintained over 5 years; winning the 2013 National Patient Safety Award and 5 other national awards for prisons health. Claire was shortlisted for the Secretary of State Award for Healthcare Management for her prison work.
Claire is currently developing her mindfulness practice and loving it!
Quality and Projects Lead
Over 20 years experience in working with marginalised and vulnerable individuals in services for offenders, homelessness, older people, visual impairment, substance use and addressing health inequalities, within the public and Third sector.
Motivated by principles of fairness and the belief that people can be empowered and enabled to create their own solutions and facilitate change to improve their life chances.
Priti has an intrinsic understanding of how strategies and policies can affect services and translates how changes can be practically and realistically adopted.
Most recently Priti project managed the mobilisation of a primary health service (with multiple partners) into a Category A prison; managed the health needs analysis in a men’s and women’s prisons; and launched of a therapeutic pod into HMP Leeds.
Molly is a 3rd year trainee RMN at Greenwich University London working with SAFE in her year out.
Molly has worked on a HNA for a women’s and men’s prison and has helped SAFE on various BIDS.
Molly was drawn to work with vulnerable people taking her first job out of school for the Prison Service in a northern HMPYOI Secure Training Centre.
We love Molly.