How we’re run

The crime prevention work of Mentoring Plus is overseen by the B&NES Youth Crime Prevention Panel, comprising representatives from social, educational and youth services, the Police, Connexions and the Youth Offending Team.

Since Mentoring Plus became an independent charity and began operating as a limited company, the project has been managed by a board of Trustees.

Trustees bring expertise and experience from a variety of professional backgrounds including legal, publicity, mentoring, finance, the voluntary sector, business and industry. The members provide advice and guidance on project development and operational issues.

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The current board of Trustees are:

  • Dr Karen John
    Chair

  • Andrew Banks

  • Richard Turner

  • Jemma Bartholomew
    Treasurer

  • Dan Martin

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  • Simon I’Anson
    Vice Chair / Child Safeguarding

  • Valentine Morby

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We’re also privileged to work with high profile supporters of Mentoring Plus including:

  • Professor Rod Morgan
    President

  • Sir Michael Boyd
    Theatre Director, Patron

  • Kelvin Swaby
    Musician, Patron

  • John Cullum DL
    Patron

  • Ken Loach
    Film Director, Patron

    Lucy Aston
    YOGADOO founder, Patron

See Our Partners for further information.

Policies and procedures

Download our latest Annual Report here.

Our work is governed by a number of policies protecting children and young people, staff and volunteers. Below are links to the policies most relevant to an external audience (.pdfs).

If you can’t find what you are looking for, or have any other queries, please call us on 01225 429694.

Mentoring Plus Child Protection Policy

Mentoring Plus Safer Working Policy

Mentoring Plus Lone Working Policy

Mentoring Plus Safer Recruitment Policy

Mentoring Plus Equal Opportunities Policy

Mentoring Plus Data Security Policy

Mentoring Plus Whistleblowing & Allegation Management Policy

Making a complaint to Mentoring Plus

Behaviour code for adults working with young people