Release on temporary licence (ROTL) can play an important part in helping young adult offenders to prepare for release and can dramatically reduce the rates of re-offending.  It is an essential bridge between custody and release, allowing them to gradually integrate back into society.  In 99.9% of cases, ROTL was completed successfully in 2018. 

The AP Foundation has already established links with potential employers who will provide four-week work placements for students who have successfully completed one of our media courses, as a first step towards full employment. 

We support the students and liaise with employers throughout their placement so as to make the transition between prison and the workplace as easy as possible, making the experience a rewarding one for both parties.

The Metropolitan Festival – also known as Metro Fest – is a brand new R&B and hip-hop festival coming to Trent Park in North London on 8th August 2021.

On the outer edge of the capital city, the one-day festival will welcome a selection of fan favourites from the respective scenes, courtesy of organisers and promoters who have pedigree in bringing top-tier talent to the UK for shows – hosting tours for the likes of Future, Busta Rhymes, Method Man & Redman, Ace Hood, and EPMD over recent years.

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