Sodexo Justice Services (formerly “Kalyx”) has been running justice services which change lives for the better since 1993. We do this in over 120 sites across the world, including the total operation of 5 prisons in the UK.
We have a reputation for delivering excellent, ethical, innovative and rehabilitative services, which provide comprehensive solutions to address our clients’ requirements.
HMP Peterborough is the first purpose-built prison in the UK to house both men and women on the same site.
It also hosts the world’s first payment by results project for offenders.
This highly innovative prison is designed to a high standard of physical security. Sodexo Justice Services has ensured that the prison provides needs-based personal development services for both men and women.
Our work aims to facilitate offenders’ reintegration into the community, through the provision of education, employment and resettlement opportunities.
Forest Bank demonstrates custodial excellence in many areas, but particularly in risk assessment, addressing comprehensive needs and forming strong links with the community.
Northumberland is only the second public sector prison ever to be transferred to a private sector operator in the UK. Sodexo’s vision for HMP Northumberland is to lead the way on the Government’s priority to create a working prison model.
Bronzefield, the first private finance initiative prison for women in the UK, focuses on providing rehabilitating and maintaining the wellbeing of prisoner.
Addiewell is a 796-place prison for male offenders in Scotland, which opened in December 2008.