Vulnerable Veterans – march on…


The Vulnerable Veterans Project helps British armed forces veterans, reserves and their families who come into contact with the criminal justice system or become homeless.


Vulnerable Veterans – Halting the Revolving Door. Moves into Phase 2. 

On the first of September 2016, following the successful conclusion of our initial  work that proves that there is a need for specific support died at ex-service folk and their families we were supported by David Munro the PCC for Surrey to continue our work keeping service folk safe.

Our work on guiding, prevention and working within transforming justice themes remains unique. There are a wide variety of support services and charities offering support already and we will not “re-invent the wheel” so we have created a Gazetteer of support available for Veterans (currently based on Surrey but clearly covering the national services).

Please see the link to this and the overarching Phase 1 report on our Reports page via .


About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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